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  1. US Cavalryman in Cherry

    My Late Father was an avid fan of western movies, I grew up on a diet of John Wayne, Louis Lamour and James Stewart. So when his 70th birthday was coming up I decided to carve him something that would take him back to those days. I have to say that for this one I cheated a little and followed...
  2. Walking Cane: Carved Art Cane for a friend nicknamed "Taz", Scrimshaw, Silver, Antler, Curly Maple

    ---------------------------------- Copyrights: I realize that "Taz" is a Trademarked icon of Warner Brothers. This one-of-a-kind Art Cane is not for sale. The cane design is by "Taz" collector Don Oehler, and I'm the artist, for this one-of-a-kind piece of Sculpted Art that he asked me to...
  3. small shelves

    Solid walnut, character included. Approx. 30" high x 16" wide x 7" deep. Back is ship lapped with a beaded edge. Shelves about 1/2" thick and sit on pegs. Face frame was also 1/2" thick so I half-lapped it instead of mortise and tenon. Finished with 1 coat boiled linseed oil followed with...
  4. pine dry sink

    I had 4 old pine boards that where in with another deal. I hung onto them until just the right project for them came along. One board was worked over pretty bad by bugs but I had to use it to keep from running out of material. Plan was in a old Popular WW book. I wiped on 1 coat amber shellac...
  5. Meet Mr. Frumpy

    This is my first attempt at character carving. I wasn't sure if I would end up with something that resembled a person or not. I have alot to learn on carving and this was a fun project. So meet my little chubby jolly guy… Mr. Frumpy. Thanks for looking. Mike
  6. The Kayaking Commissioner

    This is an extract article from our next newsletter - watch my blog entry for updates for when our 3rd Qtr 2009 Artisans Quarterly Review is released. Until then - here's a preview below. Links to Previous Issues: http://www.artisansofthevalley.com/newsletter.shtml Featured Carving by Master...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello everyone I am looking for some opinions on wide belt sanders as I would like to start saving for one if I feel it is worth it. I was interested in the open ended sanders for a while but after speaking with a local cabinetmaker who has owned a bunch of them he recommended it's better to...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi there folks. This is my first post so please be gentle… I am looking to upgrade my Dewalt jobsite table saw to a slightly more intermediate table saw and like lots of people i am looking at the Ridgid r4512 and the Delta 36-725. I am leaning towards the Delta but i went to check it out at...
  9. Blogs
    "Waundering at Topographics in Forests of Woods" --by RusticWoodArt Waundering at Topographic's in Forests of Woods Note: The following places, names and locations have or may have been changed to protect the rights and continued life, of the individuals involved, along with their need to...
  10. Blogs
    "Etchings That Come From Wood" --by RusticWoodArt Etchings That Come From Wood ....and so twas at the closure of an-other day, while out walking my feet in forests of green, that the clomp-clomp mistaken plop-plop of rattled brain fraze, was awakened by the desire before my eyes of one...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am working on a cabinet based on the the Pennsylvania Secretary by Lonnie Bird which has the 2 lipped doors that overlap in the middle. First time with this type of door. The doors are ready to go except that i dont have the rabbets cut in the outside yet to form the lipped edges. The...
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