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  1. 8 String Guitar Body #2

    Finished my 2nd guitar body build! It is an extended range 8 string guitar body made out of solid quartersawn bubinga with a small diagonal wenge accent. This was a remnant I had left over from my coffee table I built a few years ago. I had always planned to turn it into a guitar body and I...
  2. Modern Floating Vanity

    Just finally finished putting on the drawer pulls so I could get some finished pictures of this uploaded. I built this vanity out of sapele wood. Carcass and panel were joined together with dominoes. I wanted to make sure this thing was rock solid and could take the weight of what I required...
  3. Dog Bowl Holder

    My wife ran across a piece of katalox wood that she had to have so I decided to whip up this dog bowl holder project in a few hours. Katalox has a high density and is pretty heavy, so even though I re-sawed the wood down to 3/8 thick the dog bowl holder has some definite heft to it. I was also...
  4. Natural Edge End Table (Olive Wood)

    This is a natural edge end table I did for some commission work for a co-worker. It is made out of Olive Wood with waterfall style legs and continuous grain. Miter joints were made using a Festool Domino. 25 inches tall and 25 inches wide. Finished with 2 coats of SealCoat Shellac and 4 coats of...
  5. Blogs
    Mount. St. Helens, Crosswinds Here is a piece in my "Aftermath" series, the inspiration for which was the catastrophic eruption on May 18, 1980 of Mount St. Helens, which became the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States. This platter...
  6. Blogs
    "Genesis I, Garden of the Gods" This highly figured Silver Maple platter features a delicate ergonomically contoured rim, that blends seemlessly into a raised summit, which accents the center viewing area of the platter. The platter is approximately 3/16" thick and stands 1" tall. I turn quite...
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