Intarsia Project The Laurentians Is A Vast Region Of Quebec Known For Its Lakes Valleys And Mountains For The Intarsia Artist It Provides Countless Design Opportunities
Intarsia project the laurentians is a vast region of quebec known for its lakes valleys and mountains for the intarsia artist it provides countless design opportunities is article about Magazine bookmarked by duane with ID 1887816855 was uploaded on 01-02-2019 and has been viewed 417,853 times.
Sunrise Illustrations by James Provost Supply Checklist:Birch plywood - 1/4" x 16" x 30"Variety of hardwood for the project piecesAcrylic colours, finish, label, hooks, and wireDouble sided tape, yellow highlighterThis intermediate level project contains 137 pieces of wood of various species.
The pieces vary from ¼'' to 1'' thick, with the final project size measuring 16'' by 30".You can photo-enlarge the pattern to customize the size of the project, but bear in mind that some of the pieces are quite small, so don't reduce the pattern too much.
On the pattern, I have indicated wood grain direction (arrows), wood shading, and wood thicknesses in eighths of an inch.Initial PreparationsAs with any intarsia project, I begin by making four or five copies of the project pattern, and label one of them 'Master'.
Tape a sheet of waxed paper on top of the master copy; you'll assemble the project on this sheet, and the waxed paper will help keep it from getting too scruffy.The selection of wood will have a tremendous impact on your project finish.
'Pure' intarsia is made by using woods in their natural colour (without applying a stain).I personally don't mind using a little bit of stain or acrylic...