A superb guide to every aspect of the craft, this manual combines practical instruction with more than 1, 000 photos and diagrams. Well-organized, precise directions explain the necessary tools and appliances, aesthetics of wood carving, and methods. Projects range from simple a small boxes, platters, chests, and chairs a to complex a tables, cupboards, cabinets, beds, and sideboards.Their particular application will be dealt with when treating of these forms of carving. Saws The compass saw is in appearance something like a hand saw. It is shorter, vary- Fig. 87.a Usual Designs made by Punches. ing from 12 in. to 18 in., anbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Traditional Wood Carving|
|Author||:||Paul N. Hasluck|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2012-12-03|