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  1. Taj Mahal

    I just finished cutting this 11×15 inch picture of the Taj Mahal in Baltic Birch plywood on my scroll saw. Pattern design by me using GIMP2 program. Pegas 2/0 spiral saw blade.
  2. Rainbow Bridge

    Pattern design and cutting by Kris Martinson. This is the bridge into my hometown, Folsom, CA. It crosses the American River.
  3. More for the racks or tubs

    The first one is; Brothers in war-brothers forever, second; horse running on the coast, third; Name plate for a Harley rider, forth; survival of the yester-year, fifth; a proud buck lurking around, sixth; Train and Depot of yester-year. Getting a lot more request and I would like...
  4. Elk

    This picture is has some elements from more than one pattern. I kind of put my own little twist on it. What can I say, it fit the piece of wood I had picked out. The wood itself is Oak and is 3/4" thick. It was a little hard to cut beings how it looks to be an end piece near the tree. It...
  5. Beauty and the Beast

    This is what has been keeping me in the workshop, but also killing me in the workshop at the same time. It is our school's production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. The castle is 28feet long, 16feet tall, and 4 ft deep, plus a 8ft run on the grand stairs,making a total of 12ft deep. That...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi folks, So I finally pulled the trigger and started work on a home-made bandsaw, courtesy of Matthias Wandel over at I haven't gotten terribly far yet, but was just wondering if anybody else is working on one of these at the moment? So far I have the wheel blanks glued up...
  7. Blogs
    Shared Beauty 11 - 17 - 2006 When people view some of my projects. They always mention some of the beautiful background scenery in the background. I'd like share the whole beauty that we have here. Take a peek I built this sailboat in 1965, from plans In Mechanics Illustrated Magazine.
  8. Blogs
    On different types of Carpentry or How I learned to stop worrying, and hit things with hammers When I was a kid, I thought that "carpenter" just meant someone who works with wood. A general term, you know? I always thought of my grandfather as a "carpenter", since he had a little shop in a...
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