In this lesson we clean up the body and tail, and merge them with the head.
I use a coping saw to give the end of the tail a more interesting and stronger profile, also making the most of the strength of wood grain here.
(And, for those of you who keep asking for me to make mistakes, you get to hear the sound all coping saw users hate... 'Plink!')
| 22 May 2017 18:26
I like the idea of scissors, Chris. I find my normal cabinet scrapers are very often too big.