Please tell me if I’m going about this the best way.
I’m modeling the face of a cuckoo clock for my next design, a Modern Quilt Cuckoo Clock. Since it’s a quilt, the lines are like stitching, so the “fabric” with the batting behind will puff up a bit between the stitching.
The circles on the top left are also stitching so they will puff. The circle in the center toward the bottom will be the clock face which will puff. And there’s a cuckoo door missing. But for now, I’m trying to figure out how to best go about this.
I drew this out and made it a group. Then I drew a long rectangle on top of the next to the right-most long rectangle and moved it. Used Soap Bubble to puff it.
Then I did the next strip going left, which had a bite out of it for the clock face.
Am working my way along.
My plan is to put all the parts together after I puff them all, and make it one piece for a CNC machine.
There are some quilt blocks that will be make separately and glued on. And some animated pieces that will do their thing via linkage and holes above the surface, so this is the base.
Does this sound like a good plan?