Shown here are some of the design processes involved in the production of a new prototype.

Exploring different ideas through many doodles and sketches is the only way to focus on a final design theme which I then work up into a 3D CAD model.

Once I'm happy the model is workable I then produce accurate cutting patterns plus final drawings for 3D printing moulds, forms and jigs.

Using a laser cutter gives an accurate cut plus fine surface etching for logos and decorative design features.

Wet moulding and finishing of the leather which involves making use of the unique qualities of the wax from the rare Cornish Black Bee combined with every stitch being made by my own hand, this bag will take up to three weeks to complete.

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Shown here are some of the design processes involved in the production of a new prototype.

Exploring different ideas through many doodles and sketches is the only way to focus on a final design theme which I then work up into a 3D CAD model.

Once I'm happy the model is workable I then produce accurate cutting patterns plus final drawings for 3D printing moulds, forms and jigs.

Using a laser cutter gives an accurate cut plus fine surface etching for logos and added design features.

Wet moulding and finishing the leather with all stitching done by hand, this bag will take up to three weeks to complete.

Shown here are some of the design processes involved in the production of a new prototype.

Exploring different ideas through many doodles and sketches is the only way to focus on a final design theme which I then work up into a 3D CAD model.

Once I'm happy the model is workable I then produce accurate cutting patterns plus final drawings for 3D printing moulds, forms and jigs.

Wet moulding and finishing the leather with all stitching done by hand, this bag will take up to three weeks to complete.

Shown here are some of the design processes involved in the production of a new prototype.

Exploring different ideas through many doodles and sketches is the only way to focus on a final design theme which I then work up into a 3D CAD model.

Once I'm happy the model is workable I then produce accurate cutting patterns plus final drawings for 3D printing moulds, forms and jigs.

Wet moulding and finishing the leather with all stitching done by hand, this bag will take up to three weeks to complete.