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PHOTOGRAPHING THE MANUFACTURE OF A BASIC CARD MODEL

 

A SEQUENCE DRAWING OF MANUFACTURE - 2

 

 

V. Ryan 2013

 

 

 
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The back is placed on the ‘box’, ready for securing with masking tape.   Masking tape is used to hold the parts together.
 
 
 
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A front is added and a weight is used to place pressure on the joint, until it glues permanently.   The legs will be made from three pieces of corrugated card
     
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The first side is marked out in pencil and then cut out of the card, using a craft knife.   The first side is used as a template and drawn round accurately. The second side is then cut out.
 
 
 
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The joint is cut on either end of the rail, using a pair of scissors.   Completed rail.
     
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The ‘mortise’ style joints are cut out of the sides, using a craft knife.   All three parts ready for fixing permanently together.
     
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PVA is used to join the three parts (two sides and a rail).   The basic parts are now complete.
 
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Finished model, with white card added to the top and front. Images have also been printed out and added separately.
 
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