Lila Stuart Outdoor October 06th, 2018 - 07:04:35
Today we're going to look at making a waterproof outdoor nautical wall, art we're going to use some scrap Trek's material in order to make a fish to hang on our feet to the backyard. Basically, just going to sketch out the rough outline of a fish onto the tracks, just using a sharpie marker, this is going to use a jig saw to cut out the basic shape, including the fins on the top and bottom and tail beauty about using tresses at It's completely worth moving and will last for a very, very minute on with no maintenance.
Once the entire outline is cut out, we're going to use a circular and the circular saw is set so that it only is cutting a small groove into the Shrek's material. Not cutting all the way through and we're going to use this to cut lines distinguishing the fishes bins. I'M also going to use a remodel grinder with a cut-off wheel in order to add additional, my additional texture to each area of fins, the tail and the top.
As well as the bottom, the next tool I'm going to use, it is a disc finder with a sanding wheel and I'm a smooth out all sharp edges around the whole perimeter of the fish. And then I'm also going to use that same a sanding wheel. In order to add some additional texture to each area of the fins what's nice is it removes Doc Brown from this particular piece of tracks and it leaves a lighter shade, so it really makes the fins stand out the contrast now these sanding wheels can be obtained In Alphabet with a fine grit or a rough grit, just be careful if you're a use the rough grit. It goes through this material very very quickly. Now final touch is just to add a small hole with a drill for the fish's eye and that's basically in a very, very simple, easy to make nautical wall art for outdoors.