Similar to the previous post on the external box made for the damaged silver tank (see post here), I had used the leftovers from my previous project which utilises the carbonised bamboo material.
I began to see the square patterns, the soft yet sturdy material bamboo began to grew on to me.
Though it is still tough to decide whether if this might be a material of preference, as the finishing of it (using Tung oils & Liberon clear wax), brings out the tones quite vividly.
The landscape lens, which I bought late last year was without any flange or any sort of external casing to protect it. But I start to see this could be decently presented and made constructively with wood glue.
Almost like a Lego construction, fun and usable to play around with.
I’d probably add later some small neodymium magnets to stick the top cover to the box alongside the lips of it.