Last Supper Box

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MarkJohnston
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Last Supper Box

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I've been making a lot of boxes lately and thought I would share one that I really liked.

James from Vector Art 3D inspired me to make a carving of the last Supper with a Vcarve back ground of the room and inlayed figures. I was reading all I could find on the last Supper in the forum and found the following thread by James.

http://www.vectric.com/forum/viewtopic. ... ast+supper

I downloaded the free Vcarve files, purchased the Last Supper models from Vector Art 3D files and layed out the box.

I wanted to do this on a box lid so I used the box design that was designed by Michael Tyler from the Vectric project of the month for March 2011. I really like the box Michael designed, it gives you quite a bit of room to carve whatever you want. My wife likes it because it's large enough to use in decorating and gives a nice presence.

Thanks to Michael T and James B and of course Vectric for the inspiration and a program that's fantastic.

Thanks for looking.
Mark
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Re: Last Supper Box

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H[ Mark.

that is certainly a very nice job. It looks 100%. What is the carving and wording on the front?

Again a well executed job. Thanks for sharing.

Cheers,

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Veerrryyy Nice!
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OK I am just going to burn all my stuff for heat and start over again.
Nice work!

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Spectacular work, Mark. Thanks for posting. Another one for my to-do list.

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Roger- That picture didn't show the front very well so I took another one. The front is Vector Art 3D of the Bible inlayed and the words are from Luke- 22:19. Hope you can read this picture better, the gold paint didn't show up as well as I hoped.

Thanks guys for the kind words, it's been a bit of a struggle but I'm feeling a little more comfortable these days.

Mark
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Re: Last Supper Box

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Very nice work! I haven't done anything in walnut yet... now I want to try it.

I always wonder why they all sat on the same side of the table.
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Walnut carves really nice, at least for me. It's not the least expensive wood but not the most expensive either. I also like Bloodwood, it carves nicely to but it can chip a little as well.

Jim-I think in the time they would probably been sitting on the floor and in a circle facing each other but it's hard to paint a picture like that and get everyone in it. :lol:

Mark

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Superb work, Mark! I love all the attention to detail! The VCarved room was excellent!
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Mark,
That came out really well. Its always nice to see an idea become reality and then even better if it works too :) - The different colors and finish you used really make this look special.
Cheers,
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mark that is impressive !!
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Hi Mark,

I've always liked the last supper model but you have taken it to new heights.
Congratulations

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Outstanding Job!

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Congratulations Mark, well done!!
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Re: Last Supper Box

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Thanks guys, it's really nice to have so many appreciate ones work. This forum is certainly one of the best things about using a CNC machine. I've learned so much and continuing learning almost every day.

Mark

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