The next meeting will be held at Wood It Is, the usual time -- 7:00 pm. There will be two presentations for us to enjoy and learn from. One of the demonstrations will be of special interest to any of you that have attempted to use Google SketchUp. Chris DiRossi is bringing his laptop along with a large monitor to give all of us a lesson! He is planning to do a tutorial and give tips and shortcuts that he has used to design his projects. I plan to bring a paper and pencil to take notes, computers can be confusing to me. If you've tried to use SketchUp on your own and had problems, this demonstration should be very helpful.
The second demonstration is about using composition ornamentation to enhance your furniture. This is a traditional way to give the look of carving to furniture, mirrors, walls, and picture frames. If you've ever wondered how long it took someone to carve 10 feet of perfectly shaped leaves, balls, or sea shells it may of actually been compo! This demonstration will be presented by John Eugster and could be considered an extension of the gilding demo he did a few months ago.
As always, you know that seating is limited so bring your own chair if you want to park somewhere!
Hope to see you there.