The first thing that you do is scribble all over the back of your drawing...
Then you put that against a piece of wood. Twice.
For the front you trace over all of the lines. For the back, just the outer edges.
If you can find the extra blades for your jig saw or your jeweler's saw, then you use that.
I have been using the same blades for both for more than a year. I can't find the extra blades... I have a feeling that, being very thin and small, they went into the garbage somewhere along the line.
The shelves haven't been cut to size yet. I still need to decide where I want them.
The illustration board was cut in 1" wide strips and then rolled on my thigh. I know that sounds strange, but it works. If you put the piece of illustration board on your thigh and roll it with a rolling pin or even with a glue bottle, it will curve without breaking the fibers. Nice smooth curve... I doubt that it would work with wood.
That is all I am going to do on this project today. I have other things to do. Tomorrow, I will get back to this.
See you then.