|Project by stefang||posted 348 days ago||1196 views||2 times favorited||37 comments|
A marquetry test piece 1/4” thick produced on my scroll saw. This piece is sawn at 90 degrees and there are no gaps between the cut-outs and inserts and no blade entry hole. The woods are Linde (similar to Basswood) and mahogany. No finish has been applied yet.
This pattern didn’t lend itsself so well to marquetry, and even though the white tail line didn’t come out so well I am reasonably happy with it as a test for my ‘new’ marking/cutting method.
I used a somewhat unusual method to produce this piece and I have described how I did it on the following blog which I posted today.
-- Mike, American in Norway The four steps towards competency: 1. unconscious incompetence, 2. conscious incompetence, 3. conscious competence, 4. unconscious competence