Forgive the photo from my phone (though it IS right side up!) I’m on the fence as to what to do with this project and am seeking suggestions. The letters are not glued on yet. 1) I’m thinking of either gluing the letters on as shown and finishing the piece with spray lacquer. I hesitate because I think the woods used will pretty much all look the same. 2) My other thought is to paint everything black, sand the faces of the frame and the letters and then glue the lette...
Hi, posting a new work – hand carved cross. Without words – everything is clesr wothout them. Enjoy! Also, on Youtube http://youtu.be/jnj5YUjX8ts WAIT FOR NEW BLOG ENTRY The work was made with special custom made carving tools made by the company «Khechoyan’...
http://wve720.wix.com/veseleil-workshophttp://workshop-bezaleel.blogspot.com/ Also, on YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oIbX5L579k&feature=youtu.be Barrette. A Gift to my beloved wife.white oak, woodfinish – natural wax and plant pigments. in project used anatomical features of the head, the hair amount and structure. The sketch of this barrette were based on samples of the Judea, Greece and Rome from 1 to 4 centuries. The work was made with special custom made carving ...
The cross was made like rare Orthodox canons, which were supported by Christian Church untill it’s separate. Here is the link on Youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=na5JYljDRCE&feature=youtu.be Old testament, Byzantine, Greek and Slavonic styles were in project development, and it’s shows the indivisibility of the Christian Church, also, emphasizes the Evangelic truth about the indivisibility of Christ. The cross was made from basswood, because, on the one hand ...
The makings of this western cross happened by complete accident, but what a great gift it made for my wife. My daughter got a new computer aided design program. She was playing with it to learn all of the new things she could do and as she was playing she drew the design for this cross. I came to see her in her office and she was showing me her new program and some of the neat things that it could do when I noticed her drawing. I immediately thought of how great this would be to do in ...
We are down to only 10 likes needed for the drawing. Visit and like my facebook page to be entered into the drawing for this cross!Thank you all!
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I finally was able to spend some real time on the Lilly Cross, now it is almost complete. I don’t think I need to go into big explanations here other than to say the Lilly is complete, I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. If you have any questions, please ask I will be happy to answer any of them. I will probably be finished with it tomorrow and will post the final pictures than.
I recently received a couple more orders that put the Intarsia Lilly Cross on the back burner, paying customers always come first, but I finished what I needed to get done on those orders and had some time to spare so I worked on the Lilly Cross. I started working on the wrap around vine, I knew this was going to be a real challenge, so I am extremely happy with what I was able to get done today. Below are the steps I took to get the vine to “Wrap Around” the back side of the cros...
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