Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'pictures'

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04-14-2008 04:28 AM by nicholas | 6 comments »

I saw this design challenge just surfing the net one day. I just so happened to be working on a bookcase design of my own. So here it is. In my design is made to be broken down easily to be shipped. So the spacers are made of metal. I don’t know if that qualifies for the challenge. But it is just a design. They could easily be made out of wooden dowels or even antiqued cooper pipe for that matter. In my mock ups I used white ash. One is done natural with a tung oil and wax fini...

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WoodWriting Haiku Thursday's --by RusticWoodArt #10: "Beholder of Art" --by RusticWoodArt

02-14-2008 02:03 PM by frank | 2 comments »

Beholder of Art to be-hold, i gather what surrounds me, adroit nature i am….—by flp And so I was sitting this morning looking over some photos I had taken recently outside and out of my landscape of framework, came these pictures speaking to me. Imagination is a wonder-full gift, and when coupled with writing, the words of the soul can be heard, which has caused me to spend a rich time here at my desk with pencil and paper, writing out note-full stories for futu...

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Under the Scope #1: Summary, first wood shots

01-09-2008 11:38 PM by YooperCasey | 5 comments »

Heyo folks! I figured I would make a blog that gave one starting point for everything I’ve done so far with the microscope. I did some testing today and I think that I can make my metallurgical scope work for wood. So, as per Blakes request, I will try and get various stages under the scope. But first, links to the first two in the saga. Chisel before sharpening Chisel after sharpening I had to do some rework on the microscope during lunch today so that it would handle a ...

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"Chag Molad Sameach v'Shanah Tovah" by RusticWoodArt

12-25-2007 01:31 PM by frank | 6 comments »

Chag Molad Sameach v’Shanah Tovah ....and may ‘the blessing of the season’,bring to your home and hearts,all the joy-full understanding of reason,that keeps on giving the beauty of ‘wood art’s…. ....and so here’s to lookin’ at you with best wishes for wealth-of-health in the coming new year as we here at LumberJocks keep on workin’ the wood! Thank you.GODSPEED,FrankRusticWoodArt rusticwoodman@gmail.comhttp://frank.wordpress...

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Taking Photos of Work

10-30-2007 10:03 PM by Blake | 13 comments »

I recently invested about $40 bucks on a large sheet of black velvet from the fabric store for a photo background. I just wanted people to know that It is easy to take great display photos with a small investment. Any black material would work well, including less expensive felt or cotton. Even a sheet would be fine. I splurged for the velvet because my wife decided she could use it for taking pictures of jewelry she makes as well. Just lay the velvet over your couch and give it good di...

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Shop Pictures have arrived

10-06-2007 06:38 PM by Bill | 2 comments »

Ok, after a long time I finally have some pictures of the shop where I work. Not the greatest pictures, but at least you can see what I have to work with. Yes, there are some other things in the shop. It is actually my Dad’s free standing shop, where he stores his tools, bikes, garden supplies, etc. But, at least it has a table saw!

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"Folk-Wood-Tales" --by RusticWoodArt

08-21-2007 01:33 PM by frank | 7 comments »

Folk-Wood-Tales ....deserted and hard pressed, peeled back from weathered exposure, i often think back to younger days, when those that passed me by gave thanks…. —-my scar is deep that runs within my trunk, and this i received at the hands of an-other, scars and wounds are but battle purging follies, while i am left to bear a showing of what re-mains…. —-tis better that i bear my pain of shame, in the silence of these forgotten woods, since when will come tho...

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"Workshop Principles" --by RusticWoodArt

08-17-2007 02:59 PM by frank | 9 comments »

Workshop Principles ….taking time out, as i waundered home after the days work, is an intoxicating drink of heady ale, where those who stop and drink can soon get lost in an-other time and era….And it is in these places where I oft do stop, to taste my dreams and set them free….so I invite you to come along and lets cover some ground in these forest of trees where ones, such as I can still dwell. These were taken around 7:00 pm the other night as I was coming in from a...

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Mini-Browser or Asset Manager on Steroids

06-14-2007 12:39 PM by Martin Sojka | 26 comments »

I know we all love fancy time-savers.. don’t we? How would you love accessing your pictures or videos (maintained on the third party dedicated sites) directly below the text area when writing your loooong blog entry, project story or even new comment. Well, now this is possible here on the LumberJocks through our embedded mini-browser. You don’t need to open new window to paste in that picture anymore – do it 5 times per post and you’ll see how tedious this can be ;...

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Major Upgrade: Wider pages, Videos, Larger Pictures

06-11-2007 12:28 PM by Martin Sojka | 27 comments »

I’ve managed to finish some important upgrades today. Here they are in a list: wider pages – majority of the site visitors are already using 1024×768 or higher resolution so it is a good time to introduce wider pages. Content area now supports embedded images up to 640px wide – that’s the exact same width that photo sharing sites like Photobucket are recommending for the web use in their resizing options. As a result 640px wide pictures hosted on these sites ...

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