Esta no es una idea mía, la aprendí hace unos cuantos años, durante el Renacimiento. Como no es muy conocida, y al mismo tiempo es muy interesante, la publico acá donde millones de personas podrán aprenderla y utilizarla. Y quien sabe, hacerse millonarios con ella.

El instructable consta de muchos pasos pero no se asuste, todo el proceso me llevó unos 20 minutos. Lo quise hacer bien detallado para que no queden dudas.

This is not my idea, I learned it years ago, during the Renaissance. As it is not well known, and at the same time is very interesting, I publish it here, where millions of people will learn and use. And who knows, become millionaires with it.

The instructable has many steps, but do not panic, the whole process took me about 20 minutes. I wanted to do very detailed so that no doubts remain.

Step 1: No cualquier madera (not just any wood)

De la misma manera que usted normalmente no se pondría a tallar a mano una madera dura, para esta demostración elegiremos una madera que sea blanda, con pocas vetas y sin nudos. Podría ser álamo, cedro, limonero u otras, pero yo tengo pino blanco y solo debo elegir la parte adecuada. 

In the same way that you normally would not get a hard wood to hand shape, for this instructable I will choose a wood that is soft, with little grain and no knots. Could be poplar, cedar, lemon or other, but I have only white pine and I choose the right part.
Thanks. I am using today that keychain, and will be using it for some time.
Cool! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for your kind comment, StasingG. I am still using today that keyring.
Thank you for sharing this. I also appreciate the Spanish & English. I have been trying to learn Spanish for some time, and this helps a great deal. I am also subscribing to you now, so I hope to see more interesting instructables. ;)
Thank you for your kind comment. That little OJS woody thing is still my keychain. Spanish is a little more complicated than English, although maybe a bit more expressive. It has many foolish things, but it is that there is.
Super!! es mejor q estar calando, buena instrucción gracias.
muy bueno che
La pava electrica! es la misma que la mia... uno de los mejores inventos.
Genial! Me parece bastante fácil y sobretodo muy bien explicado!
Muy bueno!! lo voy a hacerr
Bueno, me alegro de que te guste, luego contame cómo te fue. Es asombrosamente fácil.
As a Design and Technology teacher I found this instructable very interesting as it was not hard to create really nice effects and possible for the kids to make. Having tried it I applaud it's simple genius and thank you very much for sharing it with us and translating it too. A great find and lovely little skill.
Thanks, very much. <br> <br>I said that I did not invent it, just remembered reading it a few years ago and wanted to test. It's a really simple and effective technique. I think wood should be used more homogeneous, because pine is interspersed with soft and hard parts.
Esta Genial! <br>It's Great! xD
jaja cunca falta el mate...
Thanks, 8bit!
this is what wise men meant by - &quot; rise as much as you are oppressed..&quot;!!<br>very impressive.. you have my vote!!
Thanks, very much!
. Impressive
Thanks very much, Nacho. <br><br>Is my English a little better than 2008? I intend to it be at least understandable. Whit the priceless help of Google Translator!
. Your English is very good. A little awkward at times, but it is understandable. Your English is much better than my Spanish. ;)
Nice! Just out of interest you can do this with Acrylic plastic and several other thermo plastics as well. Heat the plastic in an oven to about 130 deg C until it is soft.<br><p><br>impress the letter by squeezing in a vice - let the plastic cool<br></p><p><br>remove the wire and sand down the surface until smooth.<br></p><p><br>Reheat the plastic and the letters will pop up again.<br></p><p><br>We made key rings this way at school<br></p><p><br>the effect is called Plastic memory.</p>
Thanks for the info! I will try it. <br><br>What plastics are thermoplastic? PVC? Polyethylene terephthalate? Polypropylene?
Plastics belong to one of 2 families - Thermo plastics - The go soft when heated. and Thermoset plastics that don't go soft.<br><br>PVC - Acrylic (Plexy glass) - Polypropylene - in face apart from glues, Bakalite and fibreglass resins your not likely to see any thermoset plastics at all.
Thanks newly, Rick.
thanks , gracias . Parece bastante f&aacute;cil de hacer , incluso , por j&oacute;venes, como puedo votar por usted para Que gane ?<br>
La votaci&oacute;n comienza el d&iacute;a 4/10 y termina el 6/10. Te agradezco que me votes, no creo que gane pero... la esperanza es lo &uacute;ltimo que se pierde (voting starts on 4 / 10 and ends on 6 / 10. I appreciate that you vote me, I do not think win but ... hope is the last thing one lose.)
Very nice job, and nice instructable!
Thanks, I'm surprised by the outcome too, since it is the first time I do this.
This is great!
Yes, yes, Ninzerbean. I regret not having invented it.
That looks great I will try it!
Good luck, it is not only great, it is mostly super easy.

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