Finer Details The Contrasting Colour Of The Stones And The Carved Texture Around Them Add A Lot To This Otherwise Unadorned Cabinet This Is A Playful Way To Explore The Shapes And Materials In The World Around Us
Finer details the contrasting colour of the stones and the carved texture around them add a lot to this otherwise unadorned cabinet this is a playful way to explore the shapes and materials in the world around us is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by francisco with ID 13891755213 was uploaded on 14-01-2019 and has been viewed 50,694 times.
Meteor Cabinet Photos by Rob Brown A customer requested two similar cabinets to house and display jewellery.The overall dimensions and functionality had to be the exact same, but the ornamentation was left open for me to play around with.
This article covers what I did with the first cabinet, and in next issue I'll detail the second cabinet.Essentially, my only area for 'playing around' was on the exterior surface of the cabinet's four sides.
Though I love wood, I've always been drawn to other materials as well.I picked up a lot of small stones over the years as I hiked our country's great trails, and had these worn, smooth stones just waiting for the perfect job.
After bouncing around a bunch of ideas, I settled on a random pattern of stones that vaguely resembled meteors hitting the earth's surface.Trace the Profile - Trace the shape of the stone on the hardboard so the pencil line is offset 1/16" to the outside of the stone's edge.
When in doubt, leave a bit more material on the hardboard because more material can be removed later in order to enlarge the cavity.Adjust the Fit - Once you've tested the initial hole on a...