Wood Craft I Have Always Admired The Art Of The West Coast Indians It Is Out Of Respect For Their Art And Culture That I Offer This Interpretation Of Their Wonderful Art Form
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Haida-Inspired Eagle It is a basic intarsia project, which involves a bit of raising, and lowering.The first one I made was 11 in.x 11 in.It might look better in an even larger size, perhaps 16 in.x 16 in.
, but I will leave that up to you.Material:Different colours and textures of wood provide the palette for the intarsia artist.The most common wood used is western red cedar, because it has the greatest variety of colour, shade and texture, is readily available, easy to cut and shape and not too expensive.
Transfer the pattern to the wood: Use any of the following methods:• trace directly onto the wood with carbon paper.• make a template of the pattern from 1/8' plywood, MDF board or plexi-glass.Trace carefully, holding your pencil or pen at a 45 degree angle and cut the pieces with a small blade such as #1 or #3 double tooth.
• cut out the pieces from the pattern and spray glue them onto the wood.Use whichever method you prefer.I like to make a template of the pattern.Cut out the pieces:Use either a scroll saw or a band saw.
I prefer a #7 P/S scroll blade or a #7 DT/R.If...