LACING & SEWING
BASIC LEATHER CARVING PROCEDURE PAGE 6
|20. The veiner is generally used to pattern leaves, stems and scrolls. They are available in a wide variety of sizes, patterns, and curvatures. Usually used tipped to the left or right, it can also be used vertically.
||21. When veining, the impressions should be evenly spaced, and curve gracefully along the stem or scroll.
|22. As the stem narrows, more tilt is used. This allows the veiner to make a narrower impression.
||23. Be sure to change the angle of the tool as you go around curves such as the ends of scrolls.
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