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  1. Maya Studying - A Scrollsaw Portrait

    This was a commissioned piece from one of our fellow LumberJocks, "vipond33". Gene contacted me a week or so ago and asked if I would be willing to create a portrait of his daughter, Maya. I was honored to be asked and agreed immediately - he sent me a few pictures and wound up actually...
  2. Wolf in the woods

    This is called "Wolf in the woods". If you look very closely, you'll see the wolf staring right back at you from the center of the woods. Cut in Baltic birch plywood, framed in a recycled maple cabinet door sample.
  3. Baby Maya - A Scrollsaw Portrait

    This was a commissioned piece from one of our fellow LumberJocks, "vipond33". Gene contacted me a week or so ago and asked if I would be willing to create a portrait of his daughter, Maya. I was honored to be asked and agreed immediately - he sent me a few pictures and wound up actually...
  4. The Walking Dead Zombie - Scrollsaw Project

    I made this ScrollSaw Picture as part of the #teamscrollsaw vs #teamrouter contest We hosted on the Makers International Podcast for Halloween., there is a video on my YouTucbe channel of how i made it, click here if you wish to view it, Thanks
  5. Sign of the Pampered Maiden Scrollwork

    This is a commissioned piece from a co-worker of mine to use as a Holiday Gift to his wife. The "Sign of the Pampered Maiden" is a Ladies Shop in Sante Fe, New Mexico and happens to be a nice memory of my co-worker's wife. He asked me if I could adapt the original to be able to do a cutting of...
  6. Japanese Maple Scrollwork

    This is a project I created at my Mother's request and occupies a wall in her guest bedroom. I made this in April of last year and forgot to post it - better late than never, I suppose…...... As far as scrollsaw portraits go, this is by FAR the largest piece I have created. It measures 29×14...
  7. Bob Marley Scrollsaw Portrait

    Nesta Robert "Bob" Marley (6 February 1945 - 11 May 1981) Basically defined what we today call reggae and remains one of the most widely known and listened to singers of all time, but I really don't need to tell anyone that, now do I? Who hasn't mellowed out to "No Woman, No Cry" or "I Shot...
  8. Scrollsaw Santa

    This is another scroll saw cutting I did for my Christmas Art Show. I created this pattern based on a picture I saw in a Pottery Barn catalog. The pattern is 11×14 and stack cut out of 1/8" Baltic Birch and has about 50 internal cuts. The frames were made out of HD pine, routed with a couple of...
  9. Schrodinger's Cat Scrollsaw Portrait

    This was a commissioned piece done for a good friend. I respect anyone who even knows the story behind Schrodinger's cat - I REALLY respect someone who understands and can explain this thought experiment. My friend can do this with ease - and she's a chick that loves science! Awesome. This...
  10. Pulp Fiction Scrollsaw Portrait

    "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost...
  11. Scroll saw portraits

    I have been asked to show some of my scroll saw portraits at the local library. This is the first time I have ever done anything like this so am a little nervious about it. Here are some photos of a few portraits I have just finished. I hope to have another 3 or 4 in time for the show. These...
  12. Android Scrollwork

    Okay, I'll admit that this is not the toughest of patterns to cut, but it was done as a request by my wife to hang in her office so naturally it HAD to be done! :-) For those of you that have never heard of the Android brand, it's a direct competitor with Apple nowadays - actually, it's sold...
  13. John Lennon Scrollsaw Portrait

    I have created quite a few copies of this image - it seems to strike a chord in a large amount of people. While not overly complicated, it has enough detail to easily tell who it is. The single word 'imagine' nicely completes the image. This one is for me to keep. Wood used is solid, 3/8"...
  14. Cheshire Cat Scrollwork Portrait

    Cheshire Cat: If I were looking for a white rabbit, I'd ask the Mad Hatter. Alice: The Mad Hatter? Oh, no no no… Cheshire Cat: Or, you could ask the March Hare, in that direction. Alice: Oh, thank you. I think I'll see him… Cheshire Cat: Of course, he's mad, too. Alice: But I don't want to go...
  15. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm having trouble deciding between the jet or powermatic 8" helix head jointer. I recently owned the powermatic 8" knife jointer and had to sell all tools during a divorce. I'm in process of getting back all equipment and ready for this next purchase. I bought a PM2000 tablesaw recently and...
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