You own a glossy magazine from the orange box store called “Woodworking Project Plans,” or maybe “Woodworking Patterns,” and you’ve completed several of them. You have, additionally, quite a few weekend woodworking tips from the sales guy at your office, but you still want to know how to get over the next hump. How do the best craftsmen come up with woodworking ideas, and translate those ideas into easy woodworking plans? Open up this FREE article on sketching – the basic element of all woodworking project ideas – and start seeing furniture and casework in a different light. You’ll be amazed at how simple it is to unlock your imagination.
Getting Started with Easy Woodworking Plans, Ideas & Patterns
In this FREE download, you’ll learn from George Walker, one of the best minds in the field of furniture-making and design, about how to get started in basic sketching. It’s a quick, eye-opening column that engages your brain in ways you may have forgotten or may have never known. And it’s so simple! Plus, enjoy a free bonus plan for creating a mind-bending puzzle box. Making a puzzle box like this is a great way to continue building on your new 3-D vision, with just a small block of material. Have some fun with it, and begin advancing your skills to the next level.
Woodworking Ideas and Tips on Sketching
Take one of the simplest activities known to man, and make it even easier. Learn how to sketch from a master furniture designer, and unlock the basic way of thinking that only drawing can provide. This is such a quick and easy lesson. You’ll be able to start within minutes.
Bonus Woodworking Project: Puzzle Box Plans
Round-Drawer Spring Box by Jeff Vollmer
Next, try creating a puzzle box on your bandsaw. This step-by-step project will teach you how to think in three dimensions, a key element in all woodworking ideas and woodworking plans. You don’t need a lot of material to complete this box, which makes it an inexpensive way to continue building your brainstorming and planning skills.
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