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  1. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Shield

    It was rather peaceful Saturday morning and I ventured out to do something new. Normally, I hand-paint these "shields" , but this time I chose to venture out into foreign territory. I've engraved several of these before, but never the helmet. I set up my Dremel Trio router bit and went to work...
  2. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Shield - Royal Edition

    This is yet another fraternity shield that I made using only royal purple and old gold. it is the first of its kind. It is made of my "old reliable" pine plywood (recycled). The size is 18". I always try to to something new. As for the background, I like to use natural elements as a background...
  3. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Shield - Camo Special Edition

    This is yet another fraternity shield that I made. It is made of 3/4 pine plywood (recycled). This one had an interesting story behind it! Originally, I spray painted it with brown spray paint (after sanding and priming), as an easy way to out line shields that were to be made at a future date...
  4. Abrosia Maple Bookmatched 1911 Grips

    Nothing Fancy. Just killing time while the glue set on a couple of projects.
  5. Gun Scales for 1911 Colt

    So my buddy needed a new set of gun scales. He used to shoot with his right hand but after an injury, he now shoots with his left. "Hey Bob, wanna help me make a new set of grips?" "Sure" I said," why not?" To make the project even more difficult, we had to trace the scales but make the...
  6. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Shield

    This is the first of its style that i have made. Of course each one is different, because they are indeed hand made down to the finest detail. There is not a perfect process when it comes to making these, nor am I the perfect artist, but I make each as if it were my last. I make these for those...
  7. Omega Psi Phi Shields - Cherry Edition

    These came from a special request. Normally I paint these and seldom stain them. They are approx 18" in size. When I do, I prefer using golden oak, but the cherry stain worked well. I finished it with poly, but I bought a can of shellac and will test the finish on some new pieces. If you are...
  8. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Shield

    These are pictures of the fraternity shields of which I am a member of. I make each by hand and paint them myself as well. All are made to be unique and no two are the same. There are some that are on the market, but these are the best crafted and detailed that's out there. They are made as if...
  9. Second Scroll Saw Project - Omega Psi Phi Shield

    Where do I begin? There were many trials and tribulations regarding dimensions and techniques that would be involved in this project. I will first start by saying that wood/material selection is important. The actual shield is cut from 3/4" pine plywood. The base is 3/4" sheathing that was used...
  10. Zebrawood grips for my 1911

    Just a quick project to fill some time on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
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