How to Make Your Own Picture Frames
Providing information on the construction of more than 80 styles of picture frames, this book explains how to choose and use the proper tools, how to mount prints, photographs and drawings, how to reuse antique frames, how to cut glass, how to hang pictures correctly and how to care for artwork.
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acid-free acrylic angle Antique Frame apply backsaw basic gray basic insert blade brush builder's molding butt joints clamshell clean coat of glue color Combining Insert completed frame cool patina corner clamp corrugated fasteners cove molding create cutter Cutting completed demonstration Dong Kingman drip cap molding drive a brad drive the brad Dry Mounting face-down Famous Artists School final miter finished frame firmly flat foot 244 cm gesso glass gold leaf Hal Rogers hammer hold inch 2.5 cm inch 3 cm inside edge joining lightly mark matboard Measuring metal leaf methods miter box miter vise molded stop nail set nose cove pencil picture framing piece position rabbet strip raked rasp raw umber reverse cove Sanding Scoop cove second long side shellac short side simple smooth sprung cove steel wool steps straightedge strip frame surface swing the saw texture tone trim warm patina Watercolors Wax gilding wood Wood filler yardstick