complex forms (part II)

These are more process pictures of the pair of stools that I am making for the Re:collect show Re:View Contemporary. Our last installment showed the basic pieces cut out and some of the upper joinery cut. Following that was a lot of hand work to tune the joint's fittament, gluing, cutting and designing the joinery for the lower end of the pieces. Following that, assembly, shaping, beveling, sanding, drilling and finishing, oh my. Enjoy, next week I'll have some pictures of the pieces with the seats woven in.

 

fine tuning upper joints

test fit of all pieces

cutting out the final arches

final parts

joining the "feet"

routing the bevels

assembled and fully shaped, time for drilling the holes for the seat and sanding

drilling jig

sanded and finished with oil, time for the seat