Leather Tooling – Craftool B802 Craftool B803 Bevelers – Leather Tooling Basics – Saddle Maker


Hand Stamping Leather with Craftool B802 and B803 Bevelers Leather Tooling Basics Hello Leather Crafters this is a little
update on Tooling and Carving Leather I am doing I have been setting here a couple of days from the time I drew my pattern and transferred it onto the wet leather and carved it in and then now what you see me doing now is beveling around everything I like and use Craftool bevelers Craftools number B802 and B803 most of the time it is those two numbers of Craftools I use for beveling my leather I thought you might like to see me in action here maybe get a good look and feel of how I tap my beveling there I am using the lighter weight Maul Master leather maul I switch back and forth on the tight corners I use the B802 Craftool and on the longer straightaways I use the Craftool B803 Craftool from Tandy Leather Factory time-consuming but it really makes your leather tooling stand up That is the whole idea give it depth Hand Stamping Leather with Craftool B802 and B803 Bevelers Leather Tooling Basics…I will show you a picture here this is after everything’s been beveled
around and here is a picture after the cut marks have been put on the flowers and tooling and the background work has been done and there is a close up of the leather tooling and carving…Thanks for Watching this YouTube Video I would appreciate a thumbs up and I’ll see you next time….Bruce Cheaney


12 Responses

  1. Judith Page

    July 18, 2015 5:41 pm

    Hello there Bruce. I really enjoy all your videos, so keep them coming!!!. A question:  I use a craft ade, but do not get the same results.What sort of leather and thickness are you using on THIS VIDEO? thanks, Judith

  2. danehanz

    July 18, 2015 7:56 pm

    Beautiful work Bruce thank you for taking the time to share. Do you have to re-case the leather every day when you work on a project that big?

  3. webslinger67

    July 18, 2015 7:57 pm

    Great video Mr Cheaney, thank you for showing us your work and look forward to some more, longer, in depth tutorials.

  4. Kerry G

    July 19, 2015 3:03 am

    Beautiful work.  I noticed one thumbs down.  I can't imagine why.  Must be a competitor!!

  5. Jerome Smith

    July 21, 2015 1:25 pm

    Bruce, I have to tell you that I admire your work and watch your videos over and over learning how to make your cut marks. I think they are wonderful. I would like to see the process of how you draw them explained over several videos. I would also like to see the camera angle from about 1 o'clock and zoomed in more when you do your tooling and please speak a little louder, my volume controls won't go any louder and cannot here you very well. Don't laugh, it's tough when you can't here well. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your work with us.

  6. Abby Babby

    August 23, 2015 4:11 am

    I know you need no comphermation as to your ability, but I must say you Sir do superb craftsmanship.


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