|Project by Chris Dehmer||posted 06-08-2009 05:46 PM||1602 views||1 time favorited||7 comments|
This was the first time I had done a piece with and carving detail at all, but it won’t be the last. The diamond shapes were made by first routing out what waste I could with a trim router and cleaning things up with an assortment of chisels. The routed part was then hammered out with a tool I made from an old hinge pin. (Thanks for the idea T-Chisel). It was a ton of fun but I will say that the ‘carving’ part took the better part of 3 days to complete but it seemed much longer. I attached the aprons to the legs with sliding dovetails. The finish is Hydrocote Lacquer which I sprayed on with an hvlp sprayer.
-- Chris,Atlanta Georgia,www.darkhorsewoodworks.com