Nice looking screen.
The bottom section is easy. Top section would probably need to be cut by laser.
Too big for a scroll saw.
It is currently 19 Jan 2017, 01:12
Dave R wrote:Hi Phil,
Thanks. It's a Kumiko-style screen which means it's put together from a whole bunch of small parts. See this: http://www.finewoodworking.com/2015/03/ ... ork-part-i
Tusses wrote:I must stop looking at this thread ... I feel totally inadequate !
well .. not till I retire
Rod wrote:Intriguing design of the coffee table - how are the timber ends secured?
Dave R wrote:Malc2098 wrote:Nice, dave. OK if I pinch the idea for the chopping board?
Thank you. Sure thing but you have to share photos of it.
Dave R wrote:Thank you Malcolm.
The line style is one of the pencil styles from a set available in the Sketchucation shop. The sketchy shading is created by first doing a render in Kerkythea with all materials set to white. The rendered image is then run through an old version of Fotosketcherwhich makes the pencil shading. The output from Fotosketcher is combined with an the hidden line export or just the edges. Sounds harder to do than it really is.
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