I’ve done well at transferring the final motif to the carving plate, because it is in near-perfect condition so far. And I’m proud of using the exact mathematic proportions for the pattern, because it made easier for me to get the pattern motif to interlock. My project isn’t void of weaknesses either. For example, for horses in my cultural interest I’d add mane-resembling spikes on their necks, in order to create a more impressive pattern. And for a personal interest, I could add horns to those horses, in order to indicate that my favorite show is ‘MLP:FiM’ which is about the unicorn student getting friends and solving problems with them.
As for the interlocking part, I don’t know yet how much accurate it is, but I hope it will turn out accurate enough. I’m sure that my interlocking creates new shapes, but I doubt it shall create a new pattern. Speaking of the color plan, I haven’t worked on it yet, but I’m sure that the top side’ negative space shall be white, middle side’s negative space shall be blue, and the bottom side’s negative space shall be red, while al the positive space shall be black. Those colors are unified, because together they create Russian flag, which is the symbol of the country I grew up in.