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  1. Headphones Stand

    This is one of my first steps into woodworking. I made this headphones holder as a step on my gaming setup build. Its all made of reclaimed wood and hold together using joinery. You can see the full video of me building them in my youtube woodworking channel Im portuguese so the video is in...
  2. Walnut game table

    Walnut chess/checkers table which was a birthday present for my son. Chess board (2×2 inch squares) from walnut and maple (1/2 inch thick squares) framed with inlay.
  3. Dice Towers

    Some of my older projects. I designed and built the first for a coworker who was a fan of board games. After I put his together I found it too much fun to play with and had to build one for myself. Each tower has an identical set of four baffles in the middle to randomize the rolls of dice...
  4. Custom Solid Surface Chess Board - Pear, Leopard Wood, Ebony, & Walnut!

    OK - I for one have done some digging and found that the quality of chess boards available in the world today is just well POOR! They are all paper thin veneers, just junk! I hate paper back veneer, I dislike lacquer … and generally - great it's ALL walnut and maple or maybe a very high end...
  5. Chess Board and Table

    I have been working on this chess board for close to a year, on and off. By far the longest time was spent making the actual pieces. There are details and videos of a few on my blog . The sides of the board box are made of peruvian walnut. The profile was made using a cove cutting setup on...
  6. D&D Magnetic Dice Towers and Holders Made for Friends

    So a couple years ago, after about a 25 year Hiatus, I started playing D&D with some friends. A few were completely new to the game and a couple used to play in High School/College, like I did, so it's been a fun mix. I made a magnetic Dice Tower for myself patterned after the excellent design...
  7. Nintendo Entertainment System #2

    I took an old Nintendo Entertainment System top loader design and gutted the parts. I then built and replicated the old classic front loader design and installed it so this thing is 100% functional. This is my 2nd iteration of building one of these and I ironed out a lot of the little stuff that...
  8. Custom Lord of the Rings inspired Gaming Table

    Hi Folks - I just wrapped up a new project for my game room with a custom gaming table, mostly for tabletop role playing (D&D). It's themed around symbols from Tolkien's the Lord of the Rings (for anyone familiar with it) and features many of the main factions both good and evil who are central...
  9. Pong Inspired Bar-top Arcade Cabinet

    This is a bartop arcade cabinet that is made mostly from walnut plywood. With a fully functioning arcade system that runs off of a raspberry pi computer and features hundreds of games across many platforms. The cabinet is based off of the old Pong arcade cabinet. I used The Wood Whispers plans...
  10. Display for Dungeons and Dragons/RPG Miniatures and Dice

    Well my quest to make more gaming builds and accessories continues with this display for minis and dice. Gamers will know that they get rather attached to miniatures which they may have used for years at a time and rather superstitious about their favorite dice, so I figured something suitably...
  11. gaming desk

    Trestle style gaming desk. Huge shout out to The Wood Whisperer for the design. I altered it slightly by incorporating the LED lights into the plywood edge. Thanks for looking
  12. Video game and controller station

    Video Game Station Video I was tired of seeing my kids room a mess with the controllers everywhere and sometimes lost. They also had a stack of games that would get knocked over at least once a week. I decided to make a station that would house all their controllers and what games they have...
  13. Dice Vaults

    A month or so before Christmas, I was contacted by someone on Etsy who wanted to know if I could make a paired dice vault and tower with matching inlay, for a Christmas present. I'd made several towers but had yet to make a vault, so I jumped at the opportunity. After the first one was done, I...
  14. The Voodoo Arcade Stick

    This custom arcade stick was a request from a customer who wanted a voodoo box theme. The designs for the casing are based off actual Loas with a few embellishments throughout the design. The wood (poplar) has been stained, burned, and distressed in areas to give the stick a handed down/aged...
  15. Bleach Arcade Stick

    This custom was inspired by the "Bleach" anime series. The case is made from Brazilian Ebony wood that has been rounded and chamfered on my router table. Oil varnished with MinWax wipe on poly. Most of the cases are made to the customers specifications, but for this build the customer was nice...
  16. Solid Walnut Gaming, Coffee, Wine Rack, Glass Rack, Cat Hiding, Puzzle (sequence) chest or table.

    Yes - you read the description correctly. This is one of those projects that gained momentum in requirements as it developed. The initial requirement was basically a chess board in a coffee table. That's simple enough - or so one would think. (NOT!) Well when you put such a project into the...
  17. Rotating Game Board - A Simple but Unique Solid Wood Chess and Backgammon Table

    OK - this piece has been going on for a while and has appeared in various states in my gaming blog series. Finally - HERE is the completed piece! One solid American black walnut original design gaming table by Artisans of the Valley (Eric M. Saperstein & Michael Pietras) custom built for our...
  18. PIXEL SUPER MARIO!!

    This pixel Super Mario was a really fun project to work on once all of the pieces were cut it was nice to just zone out and glue all the cubes. I cant remember the exact number of cubes but they were in the 140-150 range. The wood i used is all natural wood no dyes or stains, for his Hat and...
  19. Building a Shop Mascot from a 2x4

    Hi All, This project was my entry into the recent 2nd Annual Summer's Woodworkings 2×4 competition. I decided to try and produce a Creeper from Minecraft and keep it as a workshop Mascot. If you're not familiar with Minecraft, it is a computer game and the creeper is the iconic bad guy of the...
  20. Dice Tower - Curse negator

    Hi Lumberjocks My friends and I, enjoy playing board games when we get together, so I wanted something nice to go along with our game night. I have looked at several designs for various dice towers. Luckily I stumbled upon Hampshire Woodworks gallery, and found the design I liked the most. It...
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