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Whoever is dealing with wood, and no matter which technique, very well knows that it is not easy work .. Although it offers endless pleasure.
And each of the trades has phases, its long PROCESS, where they spent endless hours patiently hidden and trade secrets ..
But, other than patience, something a little gift, here and there some special secret .. In our own courses reveal secrets.

In this video presentation at least in the attempt DISPLAYED PHASE ONE MARQUETRY DESIGN PROCESS, one of the techniques that are otherwise, it works.

I welcome all known and unknown friends from this site, which will have the patience to watch it .. and he is slightly longer, because the long lasting development of motifs.

-- http://prometheus065.blogspot.com/



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Karson

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#1 posted 1708 days ago

Seeing you take 5 minutes to cut out one piece means that you have thousands of hours on the piece being constructed. Truly an undertaking of love.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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Jack Barnhill

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#2 posted 1708 days ago

Thanks for sharing this video. I have never tried marquetry. This video will help me to understand the process when I get around to trying it.

-- Best regards, Jack -- I may not be good, but I'm slow -- www.BarnhillWoodworks.com

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a1Jim

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#3 posted 1708 days ago

wow amazing, can’t wait for more

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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Dennis Zongker

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#4 posted 1707 days ago

Excellent Blog!!! Thank you. You give me inspiration. I’m working on a lion in marquetry right now. I cut my marquetry on a scroll saw. I really like the method that you are using. What is that style called?

-- Dennis Zongker

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Charles Maxwell

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#5 posted 1707 days ago

Great stuff! Thanks.

-- Max the "night janitor" at www.hardwoodclocks.com

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savannah505

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#6 posted 1707 days ago

Dusan my friend – Thank you for posting this video to see you doing this amazing work. and how you create it. You are so talented, and am so glad you are a part of lumberjocks. Talk with you soon and look forward to more great work.

-- Dan Wiggins

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Arnold

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#7 posted 1707 days ago

Thank you for letting us view what some would keep hidden.

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prometej065

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#8 posted 1707 days ago

Jack, I’m glad to give you my blog-post can be inspiring and informative.

And Dennis, it works like me, knows how our technology specific beautiful and interesting ..
As regards the names of techniques and style, about the intricate and hard to say, because the history of marquetry elf.

Technique is what we know today dates from the 16th century (in European centers: Antwerp, Augsburg, Paris, Venice..), and carried out in two ways:
1. smaller pieces of different kinds of wood inserted in the hollow base solid wood
2. complicated way the crop was small saw saw elements (natural or artificial) veneer of a uniform thickness that are like collages prepared in the motives and the beautiful pieces of furniture or interior design.

The representative of the original style that has gained a dominant place in the history of design, and exceptional Silas Kopf.

It was originally conducted a small saw, that later in the expression of factories began to use the legs, or scalpels ..

-- http://prometheus065.blogspot.com/

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prometej065

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#9 posted 1707 days ago

Thanks, dear frend Dan! We want all the beauty of wood give the maximum :) !!

-- http://prometheus065.blogspot.com/

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prometej065

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#10 posted 1707 days ago

And for Arnold:) ..Thanks!
there is no secret:) ..
we discover the secret of the patient and dedicated work ..

ps. I am sorry that is my video presentation of the text only in my native language .. when I had time’ll do a video with English text

-- http://prometheus065.blogspot.com/

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Lee A. Jesberger

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#11 posted 1707 days ago

Incredible workmanship.

What a display of patience!

Imagine trying to estimate a price and completion time.

Lee

-- by Lee A. Jesberger http://www.prowoodworkingtips.com http://www.ezee-feed.com

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littlecope

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#12 posted 1707 days ago

Your patience is extraordinary, my Friend, and so is your work. Thank you for letting us glimpse the intricate process.

-- Mike in Concord, NH---Unpleasant tasks are simply worthy challenges to improve skills.

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RBWoodworker

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#13 posted 1707 days ago

WOW..I am just starting off in the art of marquerty and after I watched your video..I had to ask my self just what was I getting into?? beautiful, stunning and extraordinaire workmanship.. I’m speechless..

-- Randall Child http://www.racfurniture.com/

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kolwdwrkr

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#14 posted 1707 days ago

Thank you for taking the time Dusan. It truly is inspirational work. I can only hope to do the work at your level one day.

-- ~ Inspiring those who inspire me ~

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prometej065

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#15 posted 1706 days ago

Keith, you are a very talented man and the spirit of risk and venture ..
because you will succeed:)

-- http://prometheus065.blogspot.com/

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