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  1. Underwater World

    Hello all, it's been awhile since I posted a project because of my broken hand and then playing catch up to get some projects done. This one took AWHILE to finish because it was 341 pieces and a lot of them where very small. I spent a lot of time down on my hands and knees looking for a piece...
  2. Northwest License Plate Frame

    I figured since I made the first, I needed a second for my car, and to help promote myself. I originally was just gonna add "West Coast Woods" and maybe a phone number or website on this, but then thought I should show off a little more creativity than that. The logos are of my favorite sports...
  3. I can't believe I finally got it done.

    I had a minor mishap in my shop about 2 weeks ago now that pretty much stopped me from getting to my shop for a few days. I had already started on this elephant, he was already pretty much done when this happened. Now I don't know about anyone else but when I am in the middle of a project and...
  4. Intarsia Bearded Dragon Wall Hanging

    This one took awhile to finish and has 237 different pieces. I tried to take some pictures to show the depth of this piece because I used a lot of shims and used wood from 2 inches down to 1/2. The face looks blue, but it is really wenge and it is the way the light hit it for the picture. No...
  5. Intarsia Lion's New Mate (Lioness).

    This one was just finished. I made the original male lion last year for my parents (last two pictures). They loved it so much and were so happy to have it I wanted to do a female to match. I hope you can see some small improvements because when I made the first one I had only been doing...
  6. Fancy Cane #2

    A second go at turning and shaping a cane. The top 1/3 of the shaft and the handle where hand shaped ,the bottom of the shaft was turned. The walnut shaft is part of a garage sale find , I have only 2 pieces left now [rats]. I chose lace wood for the handle for it's dark colour to match the...
  7. Say Goodbye to an old Friend. Western Boot Clock Intarsia Wall Hanging.

    This is not a very impressive piece, but I have created most of my other pieces with my old Porter Cable scroll saw I bought from Lowe's. I knew it was on its last leg, so I have been saving up for a new saw. Just so happens that I ordered my new Excalibur saw last Friday and just wanted to...
  8. Floor Lamp

    I needed a lamp for the living room. I didn't want to turn one, for some reason I don't like round floor lamps. So I decided to do a Washington Monument style. I bought some wood at a woodworking show a while back and I decided to use it. Unfortunately I lost the name of it. I had some lace wood...
  9. Basic Instinct

    I have been intrigued with eyes lately and I saw a painting of this one while searching for new project. I made my pattern with painting in mind and this is what I came up with. I liked the idea of the zebra seeing the lion at the last second. Did he get away? You make the call. It was made...
  10. Articulated Dragon Pull Toy

    I decided to make this articulated Dragon pull toy for my Grandson's 1st Birthday. This is my 1st attempt at an articulated toy. I used Blood wood for the body and wheels; and walnut for the hips, legs, tail, and cowl. I choose lace wood for the wings to give them them the look of scaled wings...
  11. BENCH BUDDY FOR MY SWEETHEARTS

    Got a surprise present the other day and I am looking forward to use these beautiful Sweet Heart chisels but before I will ,I thought I better make myself a nice little chisel mallet . The mallet is laminated hickory for the handle and filled in with lacewood and a walnut butt ,the head is wood...
  12. Lacewood boxes

    Two Lace Wood boxes I have been working on. Both are trimmed with figured Maple and are lined with aromatic Cedar. Finished with Danish oil, poly and waxed. These were fun to make. Lots of fun miter joints! Thanks for looking.
  13. Box for Nephew's wedding

    This box is for my Nephew's wedding (gift). The box is 14" x 12" and 6" high, the feet take it up to about 7" high. Wood is lace wood (sides) walnut top and bottom , Feet, splines and knob are Gaboon Ebony. Finish is General Finishes satin. I used Brusso hinges. Thanks for looking.
  14. QUORIDOR GAME BOARD

    Well here is the complete board which I posted the playing area of in previously . This one has been a struggle and I am still not sure I have what I want as far as the design is concerned , But Christmas is coming and I still need to apply more finish coats ,though it will be done. I do not...
  15. My Phoenix

    This Phoenix is perhaps the most colorful project I have made to date due to the wood used.He consists of Walnut, Black Walnut, Maple, Red Maple, Cedar and Aromatic Cedar. He has two pieces of my fathers Pomegranite Tree along with a couple pieces of his Lemon Tree homegrown in La Mirada...
  16. Landing Net Frame

    My first Landing Net. 4 Layers of Curly Maple, Indian Ebony, Lace Wood, and Persimmon. Left over hard maple is used for the grip.
  17. Lace wood Knife

    This is a new knife I was working on over the last school year. I finally found some time to finish it. I will probably give it to my brother as a gift. However this is another knife that's going to be hard to let go of. The blade is a commando style blade and the wood is lace wood. The sheath...
  18. New Mallet - undetermined wood species

    Hi All, After building that last really nice mallet for my brother, I decided I wanted something nice too. So I went to my woodpile salvaged from various firewood piles and found some very heavy, very dense and very nicely colored yellow wood just almost enough for a mallet head. I don't know...
  19. Old Friends Intarsia Wall-Hanging/Carving

    This was a fun one to make because I love to add real life things into my projects to make them look more real. Using some old rusty chains, hooks, some old rope with the the fence made from our old deck we tore down last year. I did not sand or do anything to the old deck to make it look like...
  20. 2nd attempt at boxes

    I'm on a very slippery slope, making boxes is FUN. The wood is air dried Black Walnut, splines are leftover curly Maple and the lid is Lace Wood. For the finish, I used several coats of Danish Oil with wet sanding to fill the pores, the topcoat is 3 coats of General Finish Arm-a-Seal and 2...
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