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So I decided to try my hand at some more Hawaiian tooling, this time I drew the design myself. In comparison to the valet tray I did, it is minuscule. The only reason it is so irregularly shaped is because I drew for this particular piece of scrap leather. Everything here was done with a SK, 1 backgrounder, and 2 bevelers.

Let me know what you guys think, thanks for checking it out.

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Awesome creativity, excellent design.  Look forward to seeing what else you come up with!

YinTx

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Very nice

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Great job I think you're on to something there!!

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@YinTx Thank you!

 

@kiwican Thanks kiwi!

 

@JD62 Thanks, I'm trying something a little out of my wheelhouse.

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Very cool.  I like the way it goes from flat to 3D with the beveling.  BTW, don't know if you are in Hawaii, but if so, prayers to you and yours.

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Unique! Great design!

Makes me think about imitating such a decoration on a shave kit.

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Very neat design.  I like it.

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@Tugadude Thanks, the beveling really alters the look and feel of the sketch. I'm not in Hawaii, but I have a lot of family and friends out there, I appreciate the prayers.

 

@LederRudi Thank you, the design is fairly simple to draw, it's very geometric. The only hurdle, as I think with all drawing, is getting the proportions down.

 

@Bob Blea Thanks Bob!

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very nice work!

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That is really cool work dude, I especially like the basket weave on the left and right bottoms of the piece.

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Really top work on the beveling. Looks very professional.

Any tips on how you did it?what tools did you use for it?

Edited by noobleather

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