Wood Turning Adding Texture To A Wood Surface Creates Visual And Physical Interest And Since Wood Is A Material That Can Be Textured Quite Easily And In Many Ways It Would Almost Be A Crime Not To Give Wood More Of What It Wants
Wood turning adding texture to a wood surface creates visual and physical interest and since wood is a material that can be textured quite easily and in many ways it would almost be a crime not to give wood more of what it wants is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by don with ID 13979077894 was uploaded on 19-01-2019 and has been viewed 87,288 times.
Adding Texture to Wood Photos by Mark Salusbury; Lead photo by Rob Brown I think wood must be the most adaptable of all the materials we have at our disposal.Depending on how we work it, any given piece of wood can be made massively rigid or quite flexible, thinned right down to translucency if that's our desire.
At once it's both structural and porous.It can also accept a broad variety of surface treatments, and that's what I will discuss here.What is texture and how do we experience it?Texture is the surface condition of any object.
For example, we can describe it as being smooth or rough, sharp or rounded, waxy, oily, glassy or pebbled, leathery or gritty.Logically, texture is most identified with the sense of touch.But before we touch the object, most often we see it first and it is that interaction that either attracts us or repels us from touching the object.
What does texture add to our woodwork?Texture produces the surface features of reflection, refraction or absorption of light and the colours within the visible spectrum which are the properties of the species of wood we're working with.
It's those colours and the way we see light...