【process】of【rein to pencil】【handmade lure】

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【process】of【rein to pencil】【handmade lure】


Hello, I am Sekino Urusi by

“rein to pencil”

 

I run lucquer workshop

“Sekino Urusi” 

in OKINAWA.




The process of making

“rein to pencil” lures.



We will introduce the process to make “rein to pencil” lures.

There is a process of using lacquer and written design on the “rein to pencil” lure,

but I think that the others will be helpful in making ordinary lures.












No.1 Shape the image.


First, I will clarify the shape of the lure I want to make.

What kind of lure do you want to make?

This article summarizes the process from rough design to accurate molding.

 

Click here to see how to shape the image.

How to shape an image of a lure

 

Click here for the calculation method to draw a perfect curve.

Click here for curve calculation method





No.2 From wood cutting to molding.


When you have the shape and image you want to make,

Let’s cut the wood on the state making.

 

Click here for tools necessary for lure making.

The necessary tools for making lures can be found in the article.

 

What kind of wood should I use?
Click here for more information on lumber suitable for making lure recommended for you.

Here is an introduction to lumber recommendations for lures.

 





No.3 Mold the wire used for the center shaft.


The wire that is the center of your lure is also an important part.

 

What kind of wire is good? How to bend??

Click here for a detailed article on wire forming.





No.4 Stick together.


Once the weight and position of the weight have been decided, it is finally pasted.

 

What is the position of the weight? How do you decide the number??

Click here for an article on adjusting the weight balance.

 

Click here for an article introducing adhesives suitable for making lures.





No.5 Shape the molding.


The most fun of handmade lure?

Let’s do lure molding.

 

Click here for detailed article on the molding process.





No.6 Delete the line on the adhesive surface.


Are you worried about adhesion marks?

Introducing the unique method of removing adhesion marks.

 

Click here for detailed articles on these processes.





No.7 Design entry.


In my lure, I’ll put a sketch here, but you can skip it here.

If you are interested, please read this article.

Click here for a detailed article on the process.





No.8 Under base coating.


It look like lure, but tree is very weak.

Let’s strengthen by coating with a solvent.

 

What should I do to strengthen with a solvent?
Introducing the types of solvents used in lure and the good and bad point.

Click here for a comparison article of coating agents.

 

Introducing my favorite solvent here.

See this article for reasons for promoting cellulose.





No.9 Lacquer coating.


I apply lacquer at this timing with my lure.

It is not necessary for ordinary lure production,

so you can skip it.

 

If you are interested, please see here.

Click here for a detailed article on lacquer coating.





No.10 Shell decoration.


My lure will be decorated with shellfish at this timing.

It is not necessary for ordinary lure production,

so you can skip it.

 

If you are interested, please see here.

Click here for detailed articles on shell decorations.





No.11 Coloring.


This is the most popular handmade lure color process.

My lure is hand painted, so it may not be very helpful..

 

Click here for detailed articles by lacquer coloring.





No.12 Creating and attaching eyes.


My lure created and pastes eyes at this timing.

The eyes can be anything you like.

Since my production process is very special, you can skip it.

 

If you are interested click here.

The process uses a lot of traditional lacquer techniques.

Click here for the detailed process.





No.13 Finish coating.


For finishing, coating is repeated and reinforcement is repeated to the desired strength.

 

If you increase the strength too much, it will slow down, and if you lighten it, it will weaken.

How much is best?

Click here for a guide.

Read more about finishing coatings here.






Through these various processes,

the lure of “rein to pencil” is completed.

I hope it helped you in making lures.

 

Please read this article to make better lures.

To create a good lure.

 

What is the difference between an “rein to pencil” lure and a normal lure?

Click here to say something.

This is the “rein to pencil” handmade lures.





I hope this article will help your process.

If you have any questions about the article or if you have any concerns about lacquer, Please contact us.


SEKINOURUSHI

#4c kanseihome coco2 216-4
azaminatogawa yaesetyou simajirigun okinawa
TELL098-998-6677
FAX098-998-6677
Phone 070-3800-3226


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