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Name your images before uploading to our gallery, the generic camera file names just look so messy. "Walnut Desk" looks so much better than "DSC19467je69.jpg". You can also name your images after you upload them to our gallery for your convenience.
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Please create your albums for your scroll sawing and intarsia projects here.
I started creating Intarsia in 1993.One of my main objectives through the years has been to learn about and use the natural colors and grains of many different woods in my art. By combining texturing and detail carving I am able to enhance the dimensional effect that I think Intarsia is all about. All of my Intarsia Art is created using natural colored woods.
All ash wood. Very good wood to work with and excellent to color or stain. The biggest picture is all home printers ink. Cheapest stuff a person can buy at a garage sale. Especially after they ruined their printer trying to save a buck.
Glued up some maple yesterday . Took it out of the clamps this morning. Run the wood through the drum sander and when wife came back from beauty shop she helped me install the pattern after I had covered the board with clear packing tape. Then I sprayed stickum on the tape and wife held one end while we lowered the pattern in to position. I use to spray the back side of the pattern but I find there is less chances for the pattern to accidentally fold into itself or screw up some other way if I spray the wood instead of the pattern..