I don't sell a pattern for this portrait
This one of my favorites. And almost my first effort on the scrollsaw. This, and the Wolf, gave me the enthusiasm.
This pattern is from a book called Scroll Saw Art by Patrick Spielman & Kerry Shirts. This was the first scrolling book I bought, and gave me the courage to buy a (cheap) scrollsaw.
The methodology in this project is called 'segmentation', a cousin to intarsia. The entire pattern was cut from a piece of 3/4" poplar. Each piece of wood that was cut was then stained. For the whites and jet blacks I used acrylics. The pieces (a few hundred) were glued back together with the pieces at varying heights. The nose is highest, nearest the viewer, the cap tassle furthest back, giving a 3-D effect.
The colors are not lifelike, but are over-contrasting. The book says this technique is called chiaroscuro. I like it.
This is the second time I cut this pattern in this size, which is the book size. The first time I used only 4 basic wood stain colors, as suggested by the book. I cut it again at 50% size, using the same colors. Then I cut this one and used many more stain colors, emphasizing the chiaroscuro effect.