The first step is to determine the base – the “feet” in the figure, or the sketch that you have previously sketched. The workpiece is shining with a middle tooth as much as possible in the direction of the central axis. Then, if it falls asleep, it turns out unequal, it’s pruned. It is indispensable to take responsibility for the performance of this paper, since all the next result depends on it.

Then find the center of symmetry of the workpiece and mark it. Two normal lines should be drawn through the center. From these vertical lines they are drawn along the vertical part of the work piece. These are lines of symmetry of the workpiece in the frontal and lateral plane. They should be done using a square – they must be strictly straight to the base. Line objects symmetry need not necessarily match the axis of symmetry of the figure. These lines are helpful, with the help of the schemas that you have prepared you are transferring to the work item. In the process of carving this line is interrupted, but it is desirable to continue with them.

It is better to do this job with gon, roulette, chapler and ruler. If you are working with a fairly large shape, the lines should be applied with a marker or pencil with a sensitive tip, because they are brighter and less penciled.

The rough cutting of flat planes is done by a saw or ax, and the curved level is cut off with cuts. When working with a heavy tool, leave a significant bit of wood.

The original sketch is generalized with a geometric figure that consists of the right lines. Checkpoints – Corner angles are applied to the workpiece and connected to the right lines. Labels should be made using a measuring instrument. When you are working with a round log, you need to remember the long-term reduction and construction of real rotation from the plane rather than the surface of the log.

Usually the projection is most often reduced, which requires maximum material removal. After that, the workpiece symmetry lines return to the resulting surface, and starting from them, the other plan of the projection ends in the same way. When stubbing, you must ensure that the edges are not twisted and that they are parallel (forward and backward, right and left).