Wood Craft Ladies And Gentlemen Children Of All Ages Allow Me To Introduce To You Lucky The Clown
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Lucky The Clown Intarsia design by Garnet Hall 'Lucky' isn't a difficult project, but fitting him together can present some challenges.The hardest part to fit is the 'w' shaped part that runs across his face (above his nose and under his eyes).
Lucky can be a fun project to shape.Creative shaping can really bring a face to life, and Lucky is no exception.For example, add some curve to his hair.Lower the edges of his bow tie knot, curve and sl*p* the bow part down to the knot.
Shape the face round.Raise and really round out his nose.All this shaping (and more) will add to the project and bring Lucky to life.The pattern has suggestions for wood species and shades, but use your imagination and choose woods to your liking.
The woods you select will make the project uniquely yours.Start with ¾" material.Transfer the PatternTransfer the pattern to the wood using which ever technique you prefer: make a template of the pattern from some thin wood (⅛" hardboard); trace pattern onto wood with carbon paper; or cut out pattern pieces and spray glue them onto the wood.
Cut out the PiecesCut out the pieces very carefully.I have...