Small Japanese shoji screens, a miniaturized version of traditional panels that can serve as a home decoration or a tabletop, desk ornament.
I’ve made them with various kumiko patterns, shoji rice paper behind, some with double panels, foldable with hinges and a small shelf board between, and solo ones, with supports.
Wood: western red cedar / basswood and walnut for kumiko
Finish: carnauba-beeswax mix (Borma Antikwachs)
Shoji paper and rice glue
I will have some for sale on my Etsy store https://www.etsy.com/shop/mikomiatelier
Tools used in this video plus others I use and recommend:
Suizan Fine Dozuki Saw for Kumiko work https://amzn.to/2IHpbDC
All the saws I use https://www.adrianpreda.com/blog/japanese-saws
Japanese Planes: 58 mm http://amzn.to/2F2eiNg 65 mm http://amzn.to/2GAby6T
Veritas Low Angle Smoothing Plane http://bit.ly/2jhYKYy
• Mini Japanese clamps
•Measuring and marking
Kebiki Marking Gauge http://geni.us/hNXdKq
Mini Try Square http://amzn.to/2zkFeSc
•Book for Kumiko work:
Shoji and Kumiko Design vol.1, D.King http://geni.us/styIB8d
Full list of the tools here on my website https://www.adrianpreda.com/blog/tools
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Plans and products I make on my Etsy store https://www.etsy.com/shop/mikomiatelier
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