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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Double Vision

Here's a fun site for you compound cutters! Bill and Kathy Coons from Wood Lovers Shop has a creative way of turning a generic compound cut figurine into something extra special. These figurines have two images, depending on which angle you look at it. They have a video of the figurine turning on their website. Just like magic, the image comes together before your eyes. They have cut a number of these designs for their customers. I don't think they offer their patterns, but this clever idea can easily be adapted for your own designs. Check it out. While you're there, check out some of their other great products. A very talented team, indeed.

Update: Thanks to the Anonymous poster in the comments section below, it turns out these patterns are available from Sam Keener's book 128 Compound Scroll Saw Patterns. So if you like to try your hand at these patterns, check out his book!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Most of the patterns look like they are from a Sam Keener book: http://www.amazon.com/128-Compound-Scroll-Saw-Patterns/dp/1565231392/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1219347453&sr=8-1

I definitely recognize the buffalo/swooping eagle. They're a lot of fun to make.

Travis said...

Thanks for the info! I'll update the article. Very clever and probably make a great seller at craft shows.