3D Intarsia When I Started Out I Made My Intarsia Pieces Just Like Everyone Else That Is I Glued The Finished Pieces To A Plywood Backing The More Intarsia I Did The More I Questioned The Need For A Backing
3d intarsia when i started out i made my intarsia pieces just like everyone else that is i glued the finished pieces to a plywood backing the more intarsia i did the more i questioned the need for a backing is article about Magazine bookmarked by leon with ID 12807498569 was uploaded on 21-01-2019 and has been viewed 35,286 times.
Humpbacked Whales Intarsia design by Helen Martin Then, one day, a customer made me stop and think.He asked: 'What are you hiding?' That did it.I realized the backing didn't make it any stronger and it sure didn't make it look any better.
Since then, I have been doing what I call 3D intarsia - without a backing - so it can be viewed and enjoyed from all sides.A great advantage of 3D intarsia is that your piece isn't limited to a wall mounting.
It can be displayed on an easel, in its own stand or even hung in a window.IntroductionAll the woods indicated here are suggestions only.You can use whatever is available to you.I chose bird's eye maple for the throat of the *d*lt to give it a textured look, then each segment was sawed, shaped, and glued back together to mimic the 'throat grooves.
' To eliminate some cutting and shaping you can do the *d*lt throat the same way that the baby's was done - using only the grain of the wood to represent the grooves.Make the piecesTransfer the pattern onto tracing paper, making sure you include the grain direction and the lines on the 'throat grooves,' tracing...