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  1. Fancy Wood Cane #023: Claro Black Walnut & Maca Wood

    This is one of my favorites, as the handle is an extremely dense piece of Claro Black Walnut and the shaft is Maca which is not commonly found, although it's being farmed and is quite beautiful. This is an earlier photo of this cane when I had first applied pure tung oil and tried a wax finish...
  2. More wooden folding knives-

    Hello, Just finished the two "Gal Leg" knives and thought you might be interested in seeing them. Made the baseball bat knife sometime back. I,m kinda proud to say have recently moved past the seven hunderd mark on making all wooden folding knives. Most of my knives look like the normal pocket...
  3. Fancy Wood Canes

    Well here are a few of the canes I have made. I am designing and creating as I go, letting the wood "talk" to me. I am taking a more sculptural approach to the handles but foremost they MUST be comfortable and practical to hold and use. I believe function should be in tuned with beauty to...
  4. Manzanita Snake Head Cane

    Here is one of my favorite canes. This is made of a piece of Manzanita root and it was a gnarly piece full of dirt and rocks. The more I cleaned it, the more voids appeared and if it weren't such an interesting piece of wood, I would have tossed it. The white snake like head is the natural...
  5. Manzanita Snake Head Cane, Back view

    The Manaznita wood can have a beautiful grain and this one has a red/burgundy spray feathered on the backside of this piece. The photo doesn't really do this justice, but the wood is incredible. I love creating art and functional art is my goal. For more information please visit...
  6. Strange shelves

    I just thought I'd show an unusual request for a shelving unit. A customer (yup been woodworking for about 6 months now and I got a customer woowoo!) is opening a new home office for his business. He produces advertising materials, posters and such. He needed a mobile shelving unit 48"x48" x 40"...
  7. Scrollsawing
    I love my scroll saw, and use it for all sorts of stuff. My primary passion is doing portraits, as they never cease to amaze me. I continue to be impressed at what can be done with just a simple piece of ply - and the hardest part (at least for me) is making the pattern so they appear...
  8. Designing Woodworking Projects
    WoodExpo 2012 is just around the corner. The annual celebration of woodworking will again feature a juried woodworking contest - which is still taking entries! Who's coming? Who's submitting work? http://www.thomasjmacdonald.com/content/woodexpo/
  9. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I see this burner advertised often on the right side of the Pulse page quite often. They have a lot of glowing reviews and endorsements but, I have always given higher credibility to the opinions of other LJ's over what is found on some web sites. We have had burn bans due to a severe drought...
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