Metal Artist's Workbench: Demystifying the Jeweler's Saw
Metal Artist’s Workbench provides you with everything you need to know to use the jeweler’s saw by deconstructing the skill into two components: understanding exactly how the tool works and then how to actually use it for maximum efficiency. Metal Artist's Workbench is divided into two parts: • A thorough techniques section • Also features 15 projects—including pins, pendants, display art, a photo frame and more. In addition to de-mystifying the saw itself, Thomas gives you adequate information on the jeweler’s bench pin—the “silent partner” in the sawing process. Sidebars containing photos of several established artists’ own bench pins offer provocative breaks in the book, as will many inspiring gallery photos of Thomas’ own work and that of others.
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