I’m back to the carving on the lid of the Viking chest. After wasting away most of the ‘negative space’ material from the background, time to do some further shaping and to put some detail in.
With the carving on the lid done, I’ll be putting some final touches on the box and bringing it all together. The particular box form I used is 1,000 years old – but more on that next time.
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Furniture Making and Design. Working with Japanese hand tools. Living in Scotland.
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