|Project by KoryK||posted 01-16-2013 10:59 PM||4264 views||26 times favorited||57 comments|
This one took a while because it is about 425 pieces and was a little out of the norm for me. Most of the work I do is with shaping the pieces in curves to make it look right, but on this one I worked A LOT with angles instead. It is hard to see in the pictures but I really tried to give the train the right angles to give it the depth (hope it worked). The thickness of the wood used range from 1 ¾ thick down to ¼ and I used about 20 different kinds of woods to create the colors. I made the pattern from a picture I found on the internet and, like usual, I probably made the pattern more difficult than it needed to be.
It stands 26 inches tall by 16 inches wide 2 inches thick. The woods used were aspen, seomareaba, hackaberry, wenge, Piesce, palm, oak, yellow heart, blood wood, cocobolo, ebony, babinga, curly maple, western cedar, osage, walnut, koa, mahogany, cortez, purple heart. It was finished in satin and again no stains were used to achieve colors.
Thanks for looking and I hope it turned out ok.
-- If you not making sawdust, your probably wasting your time. Kory