This wood burning was done on oak, the total size is about 15" tall by 22" wide, the image size is about 9" tall by 12" wide. This was done from a reference image I found on the internet a while back. This was a commission for my father-in-law, and was my first wood burning attempt. I am very happy with the results.
Love your artisanship, especially since it is your first attempt at wood burning. Thanks for the FAV on my 17th Century Man-on-War. Your ship art on the wood round is similar to the plank-on-frame ship I'm now building, including the double stern balconies. You can see a couple of photos of this new ship in my gallery (Circa 1600 Galleon). I will be posting a completed hull photo in a couple of weeks. It will be February before it is fully rigged with brass and copper.
Wow! What kind of tools or equipment did you use for this? I know nothing of wood burning.
I bought a 'multi-tool' from harbor freight a few years ago, if you plug it in it is a wood burning tool. I used the scroll tip for the ship. As I understand it, wood burning is easier if you have a variable heat tool and a few tips. I'm hoping to invest in a few different tips in the future and maybe a variable heat tool, but right now I'm working with what I've got.
Wow, this is phenomenal.