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

www.memyselfandscrollsaw.blogspot.com

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,

Natalia
























12 comments:

Kike said...

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

Congratulations

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.
Hugs

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,
Besujis!

Melli Hobby said...

Wow. Fantastic! I love the swan.
Greetings
Melanie

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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