First Intarsia

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Re: First Intarsia

Postby grahamshere » Fri May 25, 2012 9:46 am

Hi folks, been awhile since doing much on the machine, still working on more like the cougar and moose I got from vector art, they are going to look very cool when finished, any way here's a few more intarsia pieces I did on cut 3d, also used silo and sculptris to model and photo shop to make the pattern's, aspire would be so much easier I'm sure.the grizzly is not an intarsia as you can see but thought I,d put it here, It was cut in 4 slices. the base ball scene was made for my new grandson and lightning McQueen is for my oldest grandson.hope you enjoy. thanks for looking. Graham
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby Greasetattoo » Thu May 31, 2012 4:19 pm

Beautiful work!

I love the 3d bear.
Maybe, get some fake fur and cover it.
Great job..



Here is a baseball bat that I made:
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby jssussex@gmail.com » Thu May 31, 2012 5:14 pm

Love the bear and the lighting McQueen. Great job hope to see more sliced 3D. I'm not clear how the program is created and the object modeled.
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby LouF » Thu May 31, 2012 6:10 pm

Outstanding work I like the baseball one..


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Re: First Intarsia

Postby grahamshere » Mon Mar 09, 2015 12:20 am

Ok some new ones, racoons are carving and painted, rest are intarsia. I final going to concentrate on my intarsia and do whole sale , my Daughter want's to be my sales rep so we will see how far we can go with this. I will be purchasing cut 2d and see what If I can cut out the pieces on the cnc router instead of the scroll saw then use cut 3d to shape as I do now. I had 2 beautiful models from vectric, the cougar and moose but lost them in a computer crash :cry: what a shame. be seeing more of me soon. Oh how many of you cut thick inlays on your machine? Graham
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby LouF » Mon Mar 09, 2015 12:38 am

Very nice work I all of them.
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby Leo » Mon Mar 09, 2015 1:27 am

That is some beautiful work there.

Would love to see some progress of how you do it.
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby grahamshere » Tue Mar 10, 2015 7:12 am

Thanks guys, Leo ill do a little tut with my next piece I do, its simple yet time consuming doing the first one, once the pattern and and modeling is done its rather easy. Graham
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby Ms Wolffie » Sat Mar 28, 2015 2:41 am

grahamshere wrote: I had 2 beautiful models from vectric, the cougar and moose but lost them in a computer crash :cry:
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If you bought them from Vectric I am sure they have a copy of the sale and will replace them for you :D
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Re: First Intarsia

Postby grahamshere » Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:34 pm

HI Ms Wolffie , They gave me the models for using it on there web site or something , been awhile I can't remember what it was for but I'll ask and see if they can send it back to me, Thanks for mentioning it. Graham
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