Woodworking jigs are a needed part of any woodworking shop. They are excellent for recurring tasks in numerous wood working projects. They make complicated projects simpler to manage and faster. You can buy pre made jigs or make your own. Although they are affordable, making your own from scrap wood is even cheaper. Depending upon the kind of jobs you like to do, you will need a variety of different jigs.
A half figure bracket I sculpted, around 2001 when I worked with John DeNardis & Anvil Studios. A group of artists including Gretchen Hatfield and Michael Mingo, gold leafed 20+ of these brackets for a window display created for Saks Fifth Ave, NYC
Château des ducs de Bretagne. Cartouche displaying elements of the royal arms of France & Navarre as used between 1589 and 1792, being the two shields of France and Navarre (Azure, three fleurs-de-lis Or (for France) impaling Gules on a chain in cross saltire and orle Or an emerald Proper (for Navarre)) surrounded by first the chain of the Ordre de Saint-Michel (Order of St Michael), and second the chain of the Ordre des chevaliers du Saint-Esprit (Order of the Knights of the Holy Spirit)…