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  1. CALDER DOORS

    This was a set of doors I did out of solid black walnut each piece was 3'6" by 6'8" the pieces were hand carved without the use of any power tools and hand burnished the color you see is the natural wood ..the tree was guessed to be over 325 yrs old , had major character was hand oiled with...
  2. First spoon. Cherry.

    Spoon, hand carved out of dry cherry. My first attempt, which came out very nice, I think. There was a knot in the bowl that I had to patch with CA and sawdust. Finished with food-safe BLO. It'll stir pots of chili just fine.
  3. Curly Claro Walnut Bowl

    Hand carved curly claro walnut bowl. Tools used- Lancelot chainsaw disc, S.J. Addis gouges and Marples chisels. It does have some turquoise stones inlayed in a couple natural voids. Kinda wish I would have waited on some crushed turquoise powder. Its roughly 9 5/8" diameter and 2 7/8" tall...
  4. Who Needs a CNC? Carving a Sign Free Hand with a Router..and FIRE

    Hey guys, I wanted my logo for my shop/website/channel to be something physical tangible while at the same time trying something fun. I used Ridgid's new trim router and one of the weed burner/baby flamethrowers to free hand carve a few signs out a walnut crotch and a maple burl I had laying...
  5. Custom Made Entry Door; Curly Maple & Curly Cherry, Leaded Glass Panel, Hand Carved Letter "R"

    This is a posting for a project that I helped with. I have a friend, and fellow woodworker, who has custom cabinet and door shop close to where I live, by Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. His name is Charles Jones, of Jones Custom Woodwork. On this door, I only helped with the carved "R" and the I...
  6. Child's Hand Holding Butterfly Carving

    Hand Carved Child's Hand Holding a Butterfly. I carved this out of butternut (hand) and curly maple (butterfly) with hand gouges. It was challenging, but fun and I think I can get the next butterfly even thinner. Both are sealed in a beeswax finish. The hand measures about 5 inches by a...
  7. Tobacco Pipe

    Definitely the most detailed pipe I have done so far. Hand carved from a single block of briar. Did 90% of the work with a dremel, then the final 10% with sandpaper and filing sticks. Not perfect, but overall I'm happy with how it came out. Time to try it out!
  8. Hand carved Wood/Resin hybrid cosplay wand with LED embedment

    Just finished (maybe 20 minutes ago) this hybrid wood/resin wand a friend commissioned from me for cosplay/larp. He is a big fan of resin work, and challenged me to build a "lightning wand" that would also light up. Unfortunatlly form me, my lathe is still not operational so this was all done...
  9. Carved cherry fish

    This was a scrap of cherry. While looking at it trying to decide how to carve it, there was no way I could figure to make it into a bird, so it ended up being a fish. I thought about an orca, but the tail goes the wrong way for a mammal, so that's right out. There was a big knot on the right...
  10. Carved Alexandrine parrots

    These birds were a commissioned piece from an avid lover of Alexandrine parrots. I wasn't really happy with the end result of these, thankfully though the customer was. One of the heads was too square, the other parrot had a curve where it shouldn't have been. I also tried to "carve" some wing...
  11. Kneeling angels

    Recently completed two kneeling angels. The design was taken from one that the customer already possessed. Carved from pine and lightly stained as the customer didn't want them yellow of the pine once sealed. They are approximately 15cm high and sealed with wax, because I was worried that it is...
  12. Dogwood Flower Pendant and other, sculptural, stuff

    Dogwood Flower Pendant; oops, that was supposed to say Boxwood, 1 1/4 inches square Behind quiet Minds; Basswood, 13 In. tall Aequilibris; Buckeye, Black Walnut, Basswood, qppx 36 in. high Detail of Aequilibris Vase #2; Buckeye, American Holly, qppx. 36 in. in vertical measurement Vase #1...
  13. Hand Carved Welcome Sign

    Here is my second welcome sign that I hand carved. I really like the shallow gouge from lee valley. I use that one more than any other on these carving projects. Of course there is a fair amount of straight chiseling, and knife work as well. I finished this with a couple of coats of...
  14. Spoons

    I make all of my spoons and bowls without he use of power tools. I use hatchets for most of the rough work and then use knives, gouges, and scrapers before sanding and finishing. I find most of the wood that I carve myself. 1- Whose Watching the Cat?; Cherry, 14 in tall. 2- Noah's Raven...
  15. Lounge Chair

    New Chair design. Walnut and painted poplar with dyed leather. The orange-painted poplar back is hand-carved for texture, and swivels to adjust to any seating position. The seat is dyed-leather, but also a wooden textile. Adhered to the underside of the leather are 300 small wooden...
  16. Spoon and Spoon holder

    We're having Thanksmas this year since my son and his wife and their son are visiting for the traditional Thanksgiving. We don't see each other but maybe once a year, so we try to get all the holiday bases covered while we can. My new Daughter-in-Law had been to Williams and Sonoma and had...
  17. hand carved wall unit + wardrobe

    this is wall unit + wardrobe is made of pine wood installed in pakistan in haripur city.i designed it for main bedroom.
  18. Vineyard

    In the front of this very detailed vineyard landscape carving, there are grapes, grape vines, and grape leaves. Then in the distance (far ahead) there is less detail so that the viewer can focus more in the front. The carvings of winery will add a certain style and beauty to any private home or...
  19. A pair of Rooks

    I am extremely pleased with the outcome of these birds. Totally different to my other bird carvings and I think I have nailed it ! These rooks were ordered by Mrs Rooke, needless to say that I know why she asked me to carve a European bird and not an Australian bird. They are of the same family...
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