Which of the Pyrography Courses is Right for YOU?
Read the Levels below to decide where you are at.
Then jump into the course that is on your level!
Woodburning is hard. If you don't have
the right tools and materials, that makes it harder.
should start with the [BWAC] Beginning Woodburning Art Challenge.
[Although, since it's free, pyrographers at any level should take the challenge to give them a strong foundation in their craft.]
This will help you make sure that you have the right pyrography tools and materials + some basic
Once you have the basics, then clean lines - like those used for line art & lettering - are the next step.
you're ready to skip the blobby and sloppy burns and start getting those crisp, clean lines, you are ready to join the [LAB] Learn & Burn course.
While this course is focused on
beginner woodburning techniques, I have had intermediate and even advanced level pyrographers
tell me that they found this course extremely helpful for building and honing
their fundamental & basic woodburning techniques.
you know how to get clean lines, and you are already happy with your line
art and lettering, you are ready for shading.
Join the Savvy
Pyrography Shading course.
Here you will learn the full range of basic beginning shading skills to advanced shading techniques.
While I definitely encourage you to go light, low & slow in the beginning (as mentioned in the BWAC and the LAB pyrography courses), in this course you will learn how to wood burn faster.