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OK I see

I enlarged the image to see it better and you're right they are inclined facets like a smashed pyramid. Can't figure out how to post it though... I'm thinking had carving. :blink:
 
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Nope, not gonna do that

I looked at those links and didn't see anything that replicates what the OP is looking for. I probably missed something. Could you post what you were referring to?






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I'll explain so even you can understand.
There were 3 links. Why 3? Because I didn't find the exact solution in any of them. If I had, I would have posted it. Why post them at all? Because it's about the concept ...No Hand Carving Required as the OP was reluctant or unable to do that. He may chose another applique or onlay that will suit the requirements...I donno :blink:
I am not going to look through ALL the pages of onlays on ALL the links to find the exact one for you or for anyone else at 5:30 in the AM. If this helps the OP fine, that's who the intended recipient of the information is for, not you. If you want to look through them ALL, go for it.


Finally, others on this site may find the links useful for their own application.

Quoting the OP:
Need Advice!!
Hey guys, I'm building a couple of these bookshelves for a customer and I'm curious to know how you would go about making the square pieces on what I guess you could call a corbel near the top of the bookshelves. I have tried to carve them and I'm just not getting the result that I want. Btw, I don't claim to be a master carver either. Lol! Any help would be appreciated and I know the picture isn't all that great but it's the one the customer had sent me. Thanks!!!!
 
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