By Neal Moore
The known paintings of mosaic is up-to-date during this ebook for the trendy scroll observed craftsperson. The booklet offers styles to create sensible flora and fauna mosaics that exhibit the traditional attractiveness and grain of wooden. integrated are sixteen flora and fauna styles in various levels of trouble that trap significant cats, mountain and plains animals, and birds of prey. the 1st 3 initiatives are in step by step structure to improve uncomplicated talents whereas the remainder tasks have a degree of guideline that comes with not easy suggestions. directions for every development contain expansion dimensions, dimension and thickness of wooden to take advantage of, gluing and sawing information and staining/finishing recommendation. The e-book additionally features a part on instruments, fabrics, blades, and dealing with patterns, in addition to specific directions for crafting a wooden body to slot the completed venture.
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Like this as shown in photos 6 and 7. 7 41 70474 I PROP36-43 RPS08-9-26 9/11/08 2:21 AM Page 42 42 FA S T F U R N I T U R E Glue up two (2) outer leg DEEF assemblies to loose apron assembly BCB. Make two (2) of these outer leg/apron assemblies. 8 9 Use two (2) ACC apron assemblies to glue up an inner leg/apron assembly to an outer leg/apron assembly. Two (2) of these inner/outer leg/apron assemblies are needed. 10 Final clamping for the inner/outer leg/apron assemblies. p r o j e c t four 70474 I PROP36-43 RPS08-9-26 9/11/08 2:21 AM Page 43 T R I - C U B E C O F F E E TA B L E Glue the two inner/outer leg/apron assemblies together using two (2) ACC foot assemblies.
Note the use of a straight jig to help align the table while clamping. 43 70474 I PROP44-53 RPS08-9-26 9/11/08 2:24 AM Page 44 70474 I PROP44-53 RPS08-9-26 9/11/08 2:25 AM Page 45 p r o j e c t f i v e evolution coffee table This is an original design that measures 15" high by 15" wide by 401⁄2" long. A variation on the Tri-Cube Table with only four legs with feet, it is moderately easy to build. It is made of red oak with a clear finish. 70474 I PROP44-53 RPS08-9-26 9/11/08 6:23 AM Page 46 46 FA S T F U R N I T U R E Top of leg fits here Inner leg H J K J Outer leg E FG F Bottom of leg fits here A C D A C D UPPER TABLE B D C C D B B D C A C D LOWER TABLE C D B UPPER TABLE B D C D C A D C A D C A F GF E Outer leg Bottom of leg fits here OUTER LEGS C D B J K J Top of leg fits here H Inner leg INNER LEGS FEET E FG F H J K J Top End View Top End View K 2 1/4" J H J 2 1/4" LM L 3-D View of leg G F F K 1 1/2" E behind J J TOP VIEW 2 1/4" G F ELEVATION F 3-D View at bottom of leg p r o j e c t five 2 1/4" ELEVATION H behind 70474 I PROP44-53 RPS08-9-26 9/11/08 2:26 AM Page 47 E V O L U T I O N C O F F E E TA B L E [CUTTING LIST ] Evolution Coffee Table REF.
Note the vertical clamping. Pres- Glue-up of inner leg HJJK to foot BDC. ) Two (2) inner legs are ing blocks at the end of the foot. These help even out the needed. ) Two (2) of these assemblies are needed. 7 Leg/foot assembly HJJK/BDC is glued to apron BDC. (Note the use of a square. This tool will be used throughout all of these projects. It is very important that all joints be square. ) 8 Setup for gluing foot ACD to inner leg/foot/apron assembly. Two (2) of these assemblies are needed. 49 70474 I PROP44-53 RPS08-9-26 9/11/08 2:27 AM Page 50 50 FA S T F U R N I T U R E 9 Final clamping of inner leg/foot/apron assembly to foot ACD.