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Assorted, reclaimed hardwoods including mahogany, beech, ash, oak and ebony are glued randomly together and then turned on the lathe. See video.
Originally a cube designed to illustrate the obvious but visually interesting concept of how the timber we use relates to a tree, some adjacent experiment with gold leaf on a picture frame prompted
1. Preparing and Cutting your Wood
You will need:
4 lengths of 'prepared' 2x1 (6 if your stretcher is larger than 1m squared)
John Edwards introduces "use of steel clips" in the soldering process to London College of Fashion Students / 3D jewellery course
UAL’s Digital Integration into Arts Learning (DIAL) project aims to carry out a small number of staff and student led projects and case studies, which will explore the pace of technologi
John Edwards introduces "preparation of metal, joints and seams" soldering process to London College of Fashion students / 3D - Jewellery course.
John Edwards introduces using "torch and flame" in the soldering process to London College of Fashion students / 3D jewellery
John Edwards introduces "how to solder" in the soldering process to London College of Fashion students / 3D jewellery
John Edwards introduces "use of clamping device" in the soldering process to London College of Fashion students / 3D jewellery
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