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  1. Chinese Checker Board

    This is a Chinese Checker board I recently completed in Oak and Walnut. I made the board by cutting strips of oak and walnut to width, cutting the angles and end gluing then together, then edge glued the strips together. the dimples were cut using a template, plunge router, and 1/2" ball router bit.
  2. A moment in time

    I was invited by a prominent gallery in Cape Town to submit an abstract sculpture for an upcoming exhibition. "The 4th dimension: a moment in time! "was my entry. The work has been accepted and is currently on exhibit, so I am a happy chappy! A sale will be nice too! It is still early days and...
  3. Business Card Holder

    This is a Business Card Holder I made this morning. Had a real hard time deciding that I had the time to do it. It is a design by Steve Good and served the purpose very well. I have got two weeks till the show and feel that I am running out of time - FAST.
  4. SG Style Guitar

    My son and I used a guitar kit to build an SG Gibson style guitar. The kit was nice. It came with a piece of mahogany already routered out for the wires and such. The neck came shaped and had the fretboard already glued in place. So, we had to drill out for the bridge, etc. And then finish...
  5. The Cherry Diamond Coffee Table

    This was my first furniture piece i have ever created in my sophmore year of high school in 2005. I made just a cd rack before this and made a bowl on the lathe in 7th grade, so i went for a challege right of the bat. It really inspired me to keep seeing what else i could do with wood. I used...
  6. Ramp walking toys

    Over the years these have been very popular sales items at our community center sales. Especially at Christmas. Simple to make and people seem to like them as there is usually a give away smile. Here is a link to a You Tube video I just came across recently. The young lad does a great job...
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  7. Mountain Man Face Carving

    15" tall, 6 1/2" wide and 2" thick I carved this mountain man in a Pine knot using rotary hand tools- more specifically, a Foredom with a series of steel burs. The Foredom is similar to the tools of a dentist. There is a hanging motor with a flexible shaft that attaches to a hand piece. It is...
  8. Red Widow

    This is a concept piece for a series of sculptural turnings I am working on. This is my Red Widow Spyder. I still have to create the face and fangs for the piece. This has been a very challanging piece for me from concept to execution and it is pushing me which I think we all enjoy as wood...
  9. 2x4 deer oh deer

    This herd of startled reindeer came from one 2×4 that was left over. I made these to give away at Christmas to family and friends. The deer are cut out at the bandsaw as a three dimensional project. Walnut stain was used and then some garland, bow and red noses added to finish the project...
  10. constant hawk attacks = new pigeon house

    I have just finished our new dove house, before the birds flew around free, but after the goshawks found out they tasted good, my wife pleeded with me to build this house for them, its insulated and (I hope) rat proof! hope you enjoy, greetings from Denmark
  11. LIFESIZE CANADA GOOSE (Alert Position)

    This Canada Goose is handcarved from several pieces of white pine glued together to make a lifesize Goose. Done and completed in the americana style. He is carved then torch burned for all the main dark areas. The chest area is burned with a wood burning pen. Sidepocket feathers and back...
  12. my second project

    this is my second project i was able to make it took me a long time because im only able to stand for a few minutes at a time and do work before my leg and back swells up and i have to go back in the house i made this radiator cover for my brother inlaw for his dauthers room he ask me to make...
  13. One More Time

    This clock was commissioned by a co-worker. So far, she's commissioned two clocks, a box and purchased another box which was already made, from me. She's been a great customer who gives me pretty much complete control of the projects. Other than wanting this to be similar to the Wenge clock I...
  14. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Thanks to Ira (Rustfever ) for getting and setting up the booth. He had set up a computer with the lumberjock site and printed up a bunch of info from the site. Hopefully we will get some new members. The truck in the photo was restored by Ira. Ira and Matt (Napaman) Gene
  15. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Hi, Charles Neil's weekly woodworking show is now in it's 5th episode and it has been extremely informative and fun to watch. Did you ever want to be a 'fly-on-the-wall' and watch an experienced woodworker build a project? That is how the show feels. For this first project of building a...
  16. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    RustFever (Ira) took these photos and sent these to me to post. Please let me know who is who and I will update the post with the right names: Photo 1 - John Ormsby, GarySharp, Ira, TBD, NewTim, majeagle1, Napaman Photo 2 - Photo 3 - majeagle1, Napaman Photo 4 - Photo 5 -...
  17. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    For the people that are in the Houston Harris county area, if anybody is interested The woodworking show is coming to Houston Feb 26-28th at the Pasadena convention center. They changed the date from April to feb. I accidently found this out so I thought I would pass it on. I am honestly...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I picked up this sweet little power carver at the Woodworking Show in St. Paul today!
  19. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Everyone, WGBH just put up a quick survey and would like to gather feedback from the online woodworking community. Below is a description of the series: Have you ever dreamed about furniture making but been too afraid to pick up that hammer and chisel and start sawing, pounding, and creating...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was just wondering if any of you Lumberjocks attended the woodworking fair last week at the World Congress Center and whether or not you found it worth while. I've been going ever since it moved to Atlanta a good number of years ago and I have always found it worth while. However, this time I...
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