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  1. Dragon Intarsia

    My wife Michelle just finished this amazing intarsia dragon made from exotic and domestic hardwoods; the only stain is on the background. All other colors are the natural wood with a clear finish. The pattern is by Kathy Wise. Framed, it's 20" x 32". The closeup photos show how Michelle shaped...
  2. Release the Dragons

    While walking our dogs on a nearby beach here on the east coast of Vancouver Island my wife and I spotted this interesting piece of driftwood. I went back with my chainsaw and cut off the most interesting bit realizing it was cedar. Well that was at least two years ago now but recently while...
  3. Pipe "East wind"

    Pear, beech, mahogany, amber, mammoth tusk. 30 cm 2010
  4. Celtic Dragon, Hand Carved

    Celtic Dragon, hand carved from butternut. Original design. I wanted to incorporate a celtic design into his tail. This was a lot of fun to carve. You can see him better at my etsy shop. www.etsy/shop/northwindcarvings.
  5. resurrection of a dragon egg

    Hi all Today l show you the resurrection of a dragon egg I found in a forest close by… let's see if it starts hatching ;) Jokes aside, I made it from an unknown wood from a gravel pit near by. I sanded it up to 500 grit and then polished with my self-made sanding paste. Et voila. Il hope...
  6. Lazy Dragon Intarsia Wall Hanging

    This one ended up being real challenge to finish. I have to admit I might have bit off more than I could chew on this one. It has 387 pieces and ranges from 3 in to ½ in depth. I have never been so ready to finish a project. All the pieces, spacers, and gluing all were very difficult on this...
  7. Dragons head Axe and shield

    I think this was my first axe and shield set… The shield was made from a very old oak floorboard and uses car body filler as metal detailing. The axe handle is carved in oak and is based on one carved by Ian Norbury. It has inlaid copper details and has a real steel head. (I know its on the...
  8. Dragon

    A few years ago, a friend who is a commercial artist gave me a pen & ink drawing of a Dragon as a birthday present (Photo 4). I really like it, and I finally decided to try creating a relief carving based on the drawing. I have several walnut award plaques that I saved from being thrown into the...
  9. Long Dragon Tine

    This is a most unusual Tine, and a bit of a challenge to make, but that is what this game is all about, isn't it. A Tine is a very strong box, as long as the bentwood sides continue to curve. In this case, the box is long and narrow, so the long sides became too parallel. I strengthened the...
  10. Jewelery Case "Guard fish and the medieval sea monsters"

    Jewelery Case "Guard fish and the medieval sea monsters" Linden, beech, fumed oak, oil painting. 21 cm Действующие лица: Рыба - быба - проводник: Плод авторской фантазии. Морской монах - Чудовище обитающее в северных морях. Морской монах пугает моряков давно, но со времен раннего...
  11. Dragon Pull Toy

    My recent entry into the wonderful world of LumberJocks started with a blog entry by A.J. Hamler. http://blog.woodshopnews.com/workbench/?p=1238" In it, he said that he was making a dragon pull toy for a grandchild, and gave me a nice shout-out as the designer. He said that he found the plans...
  12. Dragonfly Inlay

    Here is the most recent project I have finished. The background is maple, the wings are black palm, the head is end-grain black palm, and the body is leopard wood. The border is purchased pre-made banding. The finish is super blonde shellac sanded to 600 grit then followed with steel wool and a...
  13. Dragon coaster

    This started out as a lid for a box but I didn't like it and started over again so I burned a dragon on it and Made it into a coaster
  14. How to Train Your...

    Hello Fellow Lumberjocks! These are pictures of a dragon planter. It is made from 3/4" MDO plywood and painted with Glidden exterior paint. The head and tail of the planter are made by stacking three layers of 3/4" plywood together. Two of the layers are the same and serve as the outer layers...
  15. Oak clocks with scrolled images

    I make oak clocks with scrolled images that I draw. Some of the images are enhanced with color like the dradon and angel clock. The color behind the images are skyscene photos I have taken. I route all the edges and some are stained a darker color to appear as a fram. An example of this is the...
  16. Intarsia Flying Dragon

    I posted this one on my old page, but it is one of favorites and I would like to have it on this page. This was the first project that made the pattern from a picture I found last year. I really like making this kind of art, because I can really use my imagination and I'm not restricted by the...
  17. Intarsia Dragon (Profile)

    This is another dragon I had posted before on my old page, but I wanted to put it on my new page. This was my second attempt at making a dragon and I paid a lot more attention to texture. I used a small burr to make each scale and used different kinds of wood to achieve more colors in the...
  18. Dragon Hand Carved Electric Guitar

    I carved this guitar using Almendero (Almond wood) which is very common here where I live in Costa Rica…....I used mostly chisels and sandpaper…....The neck and electronics are Fender which I bought on Ebay….....
  19. Dragon Intarsia

    This is my Dragon Intarsia, pattern from Judy Gale Roberts. Woods I used are : quilted maple, maple, ebony, black walnut, wenge, red gum, padouk, hornbeam and maccassar.
  20. Myth of the Ancients Treasure Box

    Handcrafted from Red Oak and Ebony with a Birch liner this treasure is one that you will probably never see elsewhere. The box is finished with Tung-Oil and two coats of Johnson's paste furniture wax buffed to a high gloss. The legs elevating the dragon's platform, the corner embelishments, and...
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