Friday, June 15, 2012

Compound Scroll Sawing in 1/12th scale.Part 1

I decided to give you a little break from my stitching reports and show what I made while experimenting with compound scroll sawing in 1/12th scale.

If you would like to see more pictures of the process, please, visit my another blog

that you can find on the right-hand side bar under My Other Blogs.

Here I will show you the finished result. So far, I made 3 figurines:
a swan

a cards' (napkins, newspapers) holder, or just decoration for a table

and a snail for your mini garden

A penny was displayed to give you the feeling of the scale.

Now I have to decide how I want to finish them. Any suggestions?

Talk to you later,



Kike said...

I have no words to describe the feeling they produce. I can only say that they are beautiful. An excellent work.


Ilona said...

Gorgeous work, Natalia! I prefer them natural! You can finish them later! Congrats on your award!
Hugs, Ilona

ANDA said...

A beautiful swan! I could imagine a park pond with swans in it :)
kiss ANDA

Eliana said...

This is amazing! Great work.

Ascension said...

Un fantastico trabajo.
Los puedes pintar, aunque envejecidos quedarian genial.
besitos ascension

Fabiola said...

Wow!! I love the swan!
Bye Faby

Unknown said...

Hello from Spain: congratulations. You have much talent. The figure of the swan is wonderful. keep in touch

Unknown said...

El cisne es bellísimo. Que trabajo mas bien hecho,

Melli Hobby said...

Wow. Fantastic! I love the swan.

Catherine / Mooghiscath said...

J'adore !

Maria Ireland said...

Wow they are all amazing. I love the swan.
Hugs Maria

Sans! said...

So my different ways but knowing you, whatever and whichever way you will only enhance what is already amazing work!

Personally, I will paint them and then distressed like old pieces.


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