DiResta: Book Binding Posted on June 27, 2019June 27, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation How to run and Install Composer on a shared hosting serverDigital Publishing With InDesign CC: Buttons 44 thoughts on “DiResta: Book Binding” Cou can't imagine how happy i am i finalllllyyy found vid on how to glue kettle stitch paper block on linnen cloth Reply To much glue and wrong paper grain results in warping Reply That must be the American way of binding a book we do it slightly different Use a glue brush for starters and round the spine with a hammer to take the swelling out But the same results Reply Really complicate Reply The video was too fast, I couldn't understand how he did it Reply Is that a kettle stitch or modified kettle stitch you used on this book? The video plays so fast, I can't tell quite what you're doing. Reply Nice video; but I would caution one thing: when you use a permanent marker to mark the sewing hole positions, it is as important as picking acid free materials for your work. Use the wrong pen and the solvents in the ink might be detrimental to your book over time. Reply okay that’s it i’m doing this Reply Want to make a D&D spell book. I found my source video, thank you! Reply nice! Reply Wow! You move really fast. All that work in under 10 minutes! Reply http://www.threelly.com/ Get instant access to exotic insights in any video like Faces, Labels, Keywords, Sentiments, People, Emotions, Brands, Timeline Translation to 30+ Languages – in 3 Mins or Less! Reply Too fast , can't get the stitching part Reply nice #roythetechnicalboy Reply Great video! Is the chipboard covered with fabric, or is it some kind of paper? Reply While finding a lot is standard techniques or methods generally not used because they are more labor intensive than necessary I do like the tab cut chosen for the cornering. It is one I've not seen presented on other bookmaking videos and gives a far more satisfying edge. Reply Tooooo fast and missing details Reply I have watched 100 of these. Can someone PLZ tell me the width between the spine board and the larger block? No one ever says. Is it 1/4 inch? Reply Who else loves those little sped up flippy sounds? Reply There's a thing called paper grain. Here, it was disregarded, and the signatures were folded against the grain. This will cause the book to fail. You also need to check the grain of the boards as well. However, the tab corners were nicely done. Reply Slow motion huh!!!!!! Reply I think it's take a lot of time ,but its good 😍😉 Reply Hi! I'm in the process of learning this beautiful art and this video is very very helpful. Amazing! Jimmy i love all your videos. You are so talented. Please continue sharing your skills with us! Thank you. Reply I love this video! Thank you, so much, for taking the time to teach us! Reply Am i the only one who can hear a washing machine in the background ??😂😂 Good vid tho 😊 Reply Hate the audio.. damn Reply Wow loved it Reply do we really need to bind every pages? Because it can be a long process Reply I love how you can hear his wife come in and nag him occasionally. I bet that's something that hasn't changed since ancient times, too. Reply Where do you buy your paper? Reply Here's how it is done correctly by an expert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gc9wnUCfIk Reply Very cool. This is one I wish you had voice over. Thanks for the video. Reply How about some words? or even text explaining whats going on, and a whole lot less fast forwarding. Not a single part of the sewing could i make out how to do it. way to fast.. guess ill spend time on another youtuber that feels the need to explain. Reply 9:07 Chandler!! Reply nice work. why dont you use a brush? would be easier. love the detailed sewing but the cover and attaching block and cover was a little bit messy. Reply The best of everything is your hope that we can do this, without even can't see and understand what are you doing Reply Diresta you have some mad skills. Hard to come by for most. Reply 9:20 Anybody know what pen that is? Reply Please tell me paper name? type, quality? Reply Wow, a book for men on the ever so famous subject of" What Men Know About Women "Lol.But seriously an eye opener into the world of book binding. Reply Jimmy, You finished making that book that day, have you finished writing that book today? Reply Awesome! Reply you know whats really fun to do? Use a printing app that can print in signature mode for binding. print out a classic work of literature (something out of copyright and in the public domain), and bind an actual book. Nothing more satisfying than reading a classic from a book you bound yourself. Alternatively, use quality drawing or marker/watercolor paper and make your own sketch book. likewise, the inspiration of using something you made yourself will encourage your best effort each time you put pencil to paper. Reply O man now i know how to make books look out world i get skills to use. Once I'm done i can write about it in the book i make!!!! 😁😁😁😁😁😁😂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.