| We trace a contour spoons (top view) on wood sample.|
By the way, I prefer a branch of tree, and in general, a sample with a strongly pronounced structure thank to which it is possible to
beat this or that form of a spoon.
|I cut off pieces on a contour.
Then I plan a place of a bend of a scoop, we spend in this place a line a pencil or a marker. |
|I saw the noted inflection point of scoop. You be attentive in order not to saw off the excess. |
|After I made cuts saw, I sketch the outline of the spoon, side view. As the model you can take finished figure
or devise new author's form. |
|Now with the aid of shallow bent knife I cut off excess tree on the drawn outline.|
|It is very important to work by sharp tool, observing safeguards. It is not necessary to attempt to immediately
cut off much tree, cut gradually. How to be told in Russian proverb "the Chicken eats one kernel behind another
and satisfies hunger"|
|Further, by a knife it is rounded all corners and roughnesses giving to a spoon the finished form.|
|As a result it is received almost ready spoon, it is necessary to cut out only a cavity and it is
possible even to eat such spoon soup and porridge. Now has come to cut out time a spoon cavity. For this purpose to be necessary
the bent two-edged knife. Since I have opened for myself this knife, I use exclusively it, improbably convenient tool for spoon-carvers!|
|Cutting off a superfluous tree with scooped spoons, it is necessary to be especially attentive,
working as two hands, it is necessary to hold with the left hand a knife not to admit failure!|
So, having cut out scooped we receive almost ready spoon which can use.
|Further to be necessary for me the abrasive paper of different granularity and a grinding fibre.
The more carefully we have worked as knifes, the it is less time to be necessary on final processing of a spoon.
After processing by an abrasive paper, it is necessary to pour some times over a spoon water.
Water lifts pile and reveals roughnesses, we again grind them and so until pile will not cease to rise and
the surface will remain smooth and shining. For soft breeds of wood it is required from four to five such