by Richard Kennedy
3415 forum posts
This is stunning Richard.
Could you explain the process in making it.
|Richard Kennedy||29/08/2010 17:34:57|
|14 forum posts|
This is Horse Chestnut about 150mm x 110mm The surface is dimpled using a reciprocating carver (axminster) with the back end of a burr attached. The burr had a rounded end which makes lovely dimples! Then the piece is sealed and sprayed and finally the same back end of burr is put in a rotary handpiece which I use to cut back through the paint to give the design
Any more questions just ask!
|Derek Lane||29/08/2010 20:45:03|
3219 forum posts
Yet again another great piece Richard. Where do you get your ideas from
|Alan T.||30/08/2010 09:17:53|
|1033 forum posts|
|Richard it's all been said. Just brilliant. Alan T.|
1635 forum posts
I really like that - a masterpiece.
|Dave Atkinson||30/08/2010 17:34:30|
672 forum posts
A great piece Richard
|George Arnold||30/08/2010 19:47:53|
1834 forum posts
I must agree with all the other comments .
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