Sunday, January 6, 2013

08 Joint Design Nº 60

After practicing for awhile on a piece of scrap carving wax, I decided to see what damage I could do to an actual doll part. I started out by using a 40mm matte board cutout, and placing it where I thought I should start cutting. Click on any image to enlarge it.

I used the point of the skew tool to trace around the cutout. The I used the 7mm gouge carving tool to start cutting the carving wax away on the inside of that line, trying to cut exactly to the line.

After carving for awhile, the inside of the arm started looking more like a circle.

As I worked, I test-fit the 40mm carving wax ball in the arm.

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