Bikie Intarsia Pattern
Bikie Intarsia Pattern
This dramatic design is a lot easier than it may look at first glance.
It is made up of 4 separate layers each of which is easy to make but combine to make a stunning intarsia.
- The man himself. Those sunnies avoid any intricate detail around the eyes as well as making him look "real cool"
- Handlebars, fuel tank and engine block
- Frame and front forks
- Front wheel
You just glue the layers on top of each other and Roberts your father's brother.
The book Intarsia down Under includes separate patterns for each of the 4 levels.
You also get step by step instructions that are illustrated with over 20 close up colour photos of each stage of the construction process.
But don't take our word, check out some of our Customer's Finished Bikie Projects.
This pattern is a complete chapter from our best selling book Intarsia Down Under
Finished Intarsia Size:
380mm x 570mm (15" x 23")
Number of Pieces:
A3 420mm x 297mm (17" x 12")
This is a small section of the very detailed computer drawn plan that will guide you through the construction process
This pattern is included in our Printed Book "Intarsia Down Under" which includes 8 other plans.
Check the book out here, it's great value as it includes 9 complete plans plus a comprehensive introduction to the art of intarsia.
Some Sample Timbers used in this piece
This Bikie ended up with 9 different timbers. Remember to keep contrast in mind when you choose your woods. The light (stainless steel?) frame and the lamp, contrast with the darker clothes and engine block and really stand out.
Frame, lamp and handlebars
Use these samples as a guide to colours only. You should use wood that you can easily obtain locally.
The pattern includes detailed guidelines on choosing suitable timbers. Need more timber colours? Check out our guide to Ebonizing and Bleaching Timber here.
This pattern is available as an instant download.
- Available as soon as payment is confirmed. No postage. Start work in a few minutes.
- Download is in PDF format. You will need a PDF reader installed on your computer to open it.
This "Bikie" pattern is also included in the printed paper book "Intarsia Down Under".
- Posted worldwide. Check the book out here.