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Spoon and Kuksa carving in Turkey.

08-30-2017 12:04 PM by mafe | 21 comments »

Spoon and Kuksa carvingin Turkey…. Hi LJ’s, I’m back in Copenhagen after a month and a half of summer vacation in Turkey under the sun.So I will like to share a little of the atmosphere and some of the woodworking I managed to do as I was there. After arriving in Turkey to our house, I soon started my Jawa motorcycle and drove out to get some wood in the forest.Found some olive trees and a fig tree in a remote spot, where no one would notice a few branches was cut off....

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I Carved a Lion

08-19-2011 08:40 PM by helluvawreck | 45 comments »

About 3 or 4 weeks ago I tried to carve this same lion. I began carving it on a Saturday morning and just before I started I told my wife that I would probably be sorry that I carved it. I haven’t gotten very good with eyes yet and if the eyes are not right then the carving will not be right either. Sure enough, after having carved for several hours I was not happy with it at all. However, I pressed on for some more time but after an hour or so I saw that there wasn’t any use in c...

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SPOON CARVING #4: TOOL much time on my hands.

07-19-2011 08:47 PM by Spoontaneous | 17 comments »

There are some woodworkers that have a broad range of experience with all sorts of tools and can use them skillfully in keeping with their function. I am not one of those. I am going to tell you about tools that I know nothing about. I am going to give you advice, some of which is based on practices I have yet to try. I am going to mention tools that I have never even held in my hands. And after I do, you are going to come to the realization that, “If this chump can carve a spoon, so can I...

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Woodcarving project #4

02-04-2011 04:51 PM by shouldwood | 13 comments »

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