Modeling with Wood Workshop
Sunday October 27, 2013 from 10 am - 1 pm
320 Newbury St, 5th Floor Studios
RSVP by 9 am on Saturday 10.26
Nick Kuhl will teach BAC students how to make presentation models out of wood. He will concentrate on joinery and hand tools.
This workshop is aimed at students new to model building, who are interested in learning to build believable wall sections for their models, and in learning some basics of wood jointing (including glue-free joints).
In addition, students will get tips and advice for increasing both the speed and accuracy of their model building. Finally, the instructor will be around after the workshop to offer advice and suggestions for any current model building issues that students are having.
Students should bring:
-1x 12"x24" sheet of single-ply chipboard
-4x 24"x1/4"x1/4" sticks of basswood
-Appropriate tools for working with the above (i.e. cutting mat, saw, miter box, straight edge, pencil, utility knife, etc.)
Please note: attendance at this workshop is not intended to replace a course, and attendance does not count for course credit.
Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. This on-going workshop has been brought to you by Atelier, YOUR Student Government.