We were talking yesterday in the forums about the Indian block stamps:
block stamp post
This showed up in my Facebook feed:
The relation I’m trying to draw between the too, is old world techniques making incedible works. And I’m hung up with not have a 5k laser, the video linked shows a guy with a coping saw, a hot iron, and some charcoal.
Pretty much as the video says, it’s an old Korean technique. If I had to spend 12 months on a single box, I’d have to charge 50k at least absolute stunning technique. With all the a viability of modern materials for sanding, all they needed was charcoal.
Also because I come from an industrial woodworking background, I did not know you could brush on and work with lacquer in the ways they did here.
I’m guessing shell will not cut on the GF?