Complex Drawer Joinery
So I'm building this project out of some nice wood I have lying around the shop. It's basically a bent wood lamination clock with a drawer below the clock. For the drawer I wanted to do some complex joinery on. Not box joints, dado's, rabbets, lock miters, or anything basic. Even dovetails at this point is sort of on the basic side. The wood for the drawers I would presume to be about anywhere from 1/4" - 3/8" thick. I thought about doing a greene & greene style joint to join the corners. Any of you who don't know what that joint is like, it's basically a large dovetail that sits proud of the surface. I found this thing on FWW about drawers and how to make them, but it has all the "basic" joints. Has anyone ever used a more complex joint than dovetails or lock miters on drawers? If so, pictures would help loads.