It’s always a joy for me to see the successes with carving faces on watermelons after learning from my Portrait Carving Course. This is a skill that takes a bit of learning and practice. Recently I’ve received several photos from students of portraits that they were happy with.
Second Attempts at Carving Faces
I like to celebrate every step of progress as a student learns. Here are 3 photos from 3 different students that show their second watermelon carvings of faces.
You Can be Carving Faces on Watermelons, too.
Our Portrait Carving Course teaches step-by-step how to create good carving patterns for races, and how to carve faces onto both watermelons and pumpkins. So, you can be carving faces for any birthday, shower, wedding, or anniversary that takes place in the summer or fall.
Tools for Carving Faces on Watermelons
Our Pattern Transfer Fabric is an excellent way to transfer you carving patterns onto your watermelon. It’s much faster, cleaner and more precise than any other method.
Our Thai Pro knife is excellent for carving faces. it’s flexible blade and long sharp point allow you to remove the rind in even the tightest spots. And it’s round barrel makes it easy to manipulate the knife like a pencil or pen.
You can be having fun carving faces onto watermelons, too. Won’t your friends be delighted and surprised to see your carvings?