I mentioned yesterday that the building of the case carcass went pretty fast, and now the brakes are on. There may not be a lot of visible change to the piece as we add the detail.
We sanded and prepared the molding pieces we made yesterday and we are ready to install the molding on the upper case sides. Our next task will be to the make the goose neck moldings for the front of the bonnet top. Our goal is to get all of the case work done and then we will move to the drawers.
It seems like we didn’t get a lot done but this is how it goes. The standing of the cases, the face frames makes a big impression because you see a lot of progress quickly, but then when you get into all of these moldings, well, between the making and fitting, the brakes go on as well they should. Taking your time to fit the moldings and insure everything is in good order and making sure that you “PREP WELL”, meaning to sand and prepare underlying surfaces as well as the individual parts for finishing because prepping these after installation is tough.
Day 10 we will install the moldings and see where we evolve from there, Later ya’ll!