|Project by Filip Tanghe||posted 04-05-2015 04:01 PM||1938 views||6 times favorited||21 comments|
We have made this project in painting in wood(peinture à bois) Its about the same as stackcutting(boulletechnik)
but with 4 layers (or more) of sawn veneer.here You see sawn gaboon ebony to make the background.
Lucky wants to help of course;
Second joint in boulle to not waste ebony!
Background is ready.(lays face down to show (underneath backerboard 3 mm in samba(ayouse))
close up:sawn cuban mahogony and amarante.
drawing is glued on the ebony,the ebony is taped with veneertape on the backerboard.starting with the
adding wood and samba for the flowers in the frieze;
Glued up the design of the flowers and here i have cut out the cirle.
attached a second drawing with markings and start to add wood for the packet;
with the drawing i know where i have to put the veneers (You only place veneer where needed).
the empty spaces can be filled up with samba.
Now fold the drawing on the packet with hot animal glue and the packet is ready to cut out.
During the cutting on the jigsaw.
Another close up.
Still a long way to go!
Be carefull to not loose any pieces (so keep Your cat or dog away,believe me).
Chevalet (Chevy) in the background.
Here the packet is completly cut out !
Here the ebony background is glued face down on an assemblyboard with hot animal glue (colle forte gt 58).
Note the marks you need to glue the ebony on the right size.
Starting to build the design;
ready ,now starting with the frieze.
Cutting out the frieze.
I have cutted in 2 pieces.
Joint in bevelcut.
Here i have put the frieze together ,so i could cut the fillets.
Here 1 fillet is cut out.
Frieze face down to check my cut!
Opening the packet(note the greasepaper (papier suif) between backerboard and ebony).
Assembling the frieze face up on blue maskingtape.
Glueing up the frieze on the assemblyboard with hot animal glue face down and remove the blue maskingtape!
here i have put it in the press between 2 hot aluminium plates of 3 mm (not to hot) to make it completly flat!
here the joint (because its made in boulle(stackcutting)) is filled with sawdust and hot animal glue.
My sons name Mathias who died(before the project was completed) when we made it and mine on the backside.
after glueing up in the press .
I added cold l water to remove the paier kraft etc…...
After sanding its ready!!!!(cicle of 48 cm)
-- Filip Le Marqueteur