Carve the Neck - concentrate on making the facets nice and flat, then blending in is the easy bit - watch the shape emerge before your very eyes!
The neck will be carved in stages: First we will make facets, then smaller facets, before finally blending in to make a smooth curved shape for the back of the neck. In this video I explain how to mark out the neck for carving.
This is the first stage of carving the neck - we need to remove the material between the two lines. The side facets should be flat and even for the length of the neck and then taper out at each end - make sure to stay within the lines.
All the hard work done, we can now add more smaller facets to finish 'rough carving' the back of the neck.