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realistic Pyrography Art Pika wood burning time lapse art

Hi. Welcome to Pyrography Made Easy. I’m Brenda. In this episode I’m going to share with you the pika artwork that I did. I hope that you enjoy watching it. Well I hope you enjoyed the video. The artwork was burned on poplar, and it took me 14 1/2 hours to do it. My website: Pyrography Made Easy has a written blog about this artwork and it also has some tutorials and patterns and all kinds of stuff devoted to pyrography. Well thank you again for watching my video and I will see you next week.

33 thoughts on “realistic Pyrography Art Pika wood burning time lapse art”

  1. Pika. I've never heard of them.Similar to a Western Australian Quokka, to look at it. It is amazing what countries have in common. Love the work. Fabulous fur.
    Oh, you are a wizz with that tool. 🙂 Hey, you are painterly with this. 🙂

  2. Oh Brenda your Pika is spectacular!!! I adore pikas- all the cuteness of rabbits, otters, guinea pigs and hamsters all rolled into one. Beautifully done, Brenda! I love all the textures you achieved in his fur coat and the rocks

  3. I love those textures. The Pika looks so lifelike. I could reach out and pet it. It really stands out from the rocks. Love it Brenda

  4. This is a really nice work of burning Brenda – and I think it's one of the best. I loved watching how the time-lapse really highlighted the way you work around the board and to see the critter take shape and the detail added layer by layer. Stunning. You make it look too easy 🙂

  5. Pikas are so cute!!! But I focus more on your work, I mean so much detail, there is so much effort in it, and it truly looks so beautiful Brenda, your work is so unique, words are missing to praise your work as it deserves but know that I truly always enjoy so much watching your videos ^^ have a beautiful day lovely ^^

  6. Hey Brenda ! Well, i did not know what a Pika was until i saw this, your new video. For a moment i thought you were creating a Pikachu , from Pokemon, but i realized that in fact a Pika is a very real animal. I think you have outdone yourself here Brenda, this artwork creation is one of your best in my opinion. The work you put into creating the fur is astounding and the i loved the background on this. You say it took you 14 hours to complete this, you can certainly tell because you have put a lot of work/effort into this Pyrography masterpiece. Big like from me : ) Best wishes to you Brenda Q O P !

  7. Hi Brenda, as always what a wonderful and beautifully detailed piece! I love your animal pieces so much and I find I connect to them the most – probably because I am an animal lover and wildlife artist myself 😊👍🏻💕💜🌸

  8. Another awesome art work. Looks very realistic and the detailing was fantastic 👏 it was the real piece of art. Keep it up 👍

  9. The picture is very cool👍. And the new video style is unusual for the channel

  10. Awe Brenda so adorable, didn't know about these pika critters 😁, we don't have them here, look like hamsters 😘this was fantastic to watch, thanks Brenda always appreciated your videos 👍🐻👌👏💕

  11. Oh I didn’t know there was an actual animal called pika . I guess that’s where pikachu got its name 😅

  12. Hi, Brenda,
    big enjoy to watch how you build your picture! Fantastic the details of different textures! Cute and realistic Pika the final result!

  13. Hi Brenda,

    Your Pika turned out so fluffy and lovely, I feel as if I could stroke it fur right on the screen 😀 immensely adorable artwork 🙂

  14. I like watching wood burning art, but I wish they would slow down so that can see how they do these effects. Sure they may have to do Multiple sections, but at least till be that we can learn as we see. The way they do it now you can’t learn nothing to why even watch. It’s like they want to show off and show what they can do it that be, that’s not a learning curve flattery

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