daltxguy· In Loving Memory
nice work and tutorial andy. I hope to try my own soon.Dividers
nice work and tutorial andy. I hope to try my own soon.
uh, is that all? No more lessons? Like, why didn't I find this BEFORE I made my three boxes? You've explained the errors of my ways. Nice going.
Doug, thanks for the kind words and support.
Wow! Thanks for the high praise Kirk, I am glad it inspired you.
Andy, I've been away from LJ for 6 months or so and just came across this series today. Your boxes were the first ones that struck me and encouraged me to join LJ and my own boxmaking. I love this style and I'm definitely going to try your techniques sometime. Thanks for putting this series out here…I know it took a ton of time to do.
Thanks Martin, and glad to have you back again. Drop me a line when you post your box.
Sorry about that Lloyd, #13 is out of line and I dont know how to correct that. It should be before #1.
thanks Andy that was very helpfull for me in general box building also.
Please tag your box "art box", and everyones should show up on the same pages.
Very cool. I think I will make one very soon. Thanks for the class. Whens the next one.
Andy, I saw pictures of your Art Boxes fairly recently and I was extremely impressed with your creativity, ingenuity and just simply put "motivated by their uniqueness". The closest projects I have built that could be vaguely called a box were cabinets and furniture. Never any physically small projects…until seeing your art boxes.
WOW Great tutorial Andy. You made it idiot proof, even I could understand it. You almost lost me when you took the grinder to it but I came around. Thanks for posting this now I have another project on my list.
I just finished reading your entire series and have to say I look forward to attemting this as well. It (of course) will require me to buy a new tool (like I need a reason LOL) in order to do the curves, but that's about it.
I am just stumbling on this tutorial and completely blown away by the look of these boxes. Really in awe.