A Tree Recipe For Starters
Choose an ornament. The first thing you're going to do is cut down the tree, you have to decide which ornament you're gonna cut. There are many places where good ornaments can be found, such as hobbies or the Internet. You can even draw an ornament on your own.
Choose the breed of wood. There are many different colours and textures of tree species. Some of the standard woods you'll find in a local construction store, and more rare species can be found in hobby and Internet stores. Some tree species are better suited to individual jobs. For the first wood cuts better Take a soft wood, e.g. pine, american lipo or a red clen (eat virtually any construction store). If a tree trimms easily, it's soft.
Prepare a trafarette. Put the ornament on a piece of cardboard and style it. Carton can be bought at the canztovars store. Try not to move the ornament until you've completely wrapped it up or the drawing can be distorted. You're going to need a piece of isolate that can glue the ornament to the cardboard.
Make a perpendicular cut. Place the office knife perpendicular to the board and carry the outer contour of the trafaret. With a perpendicular cut, you will avoid undesirable sunset, and the ornament boreholes will look carefully.
Cut the internal circuits of the trafaret. Put the internal contours of the trafaret, holding the knife at a small angle. In our case, it's blindness, stalk and leaflets.
Cut the rest of the trafaret. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each trafarite. In our case, it's flowers. Keep going until you cut all the trafarite contours. Keep an eye on the contour of the trafart you're cutting out, you're gonna have to wrap up the contours you have to show on the board.Refin the details. When you move the basic outlines of the trafaret to the board, process the surface in such a way as to create an illusion of the voluminous drawing, and the surface showed texture: