I was asked by at least a dozen people over the last few months how I do my portraits. Particularly, how I get up to the point of actually putting blade to wood. In other words…… the Prep Work. I thought I would make Part 1 of my “Portrait Scrollsawing in a NutShell Blog” cover just that topic – getting everything ready to actually start sawing. The only “prep work” part I won’t cover in this section is designing the pattern itself – that will be at LEAST one, if not multiple future b...
There are many different avenues that one can take and still be on a creative path. While having choices is good, there are times when there are almost too many things to choose from and only so many hours in the day. While most of us are familiar with the phrase ‘spreading ourselves too thin’, there are times when things are not as defined as we would like them to be as far as which path to follow and it is hard not to want to do everything at once. I often feel that this is t...
Yesterday I got a little bit side tracked. Not really too far off the path I was heading, but just enough to change gears for a day and try something new. So it was for a good cause. I often receive many comments from people that I call ‘regulars’ here on the Lumberjock site. Even though this site is quite large at over 50,000 members, as with any place, we seem to fall into a niche or corner of the site where we feel accepted and comfortable. I am not different, as when I wr...
I have spent a little time thinking about Video and Audio Podcasting. I am Slightly Shy in both aspects of Video and Audio. But I have been working on this shiness by overcoming it in Video and Audio Podcast. I have decided that, As long as I get my point across, others learn from my audio and video, then I am more satified with it then what I look like no matter how goofy or entertaining I may or may not be or even as boring as I may be, information, demonstrations and how-tos are a v...
The 3rd Video in my Installment. Enjoy the video. All comments, Critique or just any ole comments are welcome on all my Videos. Handi
Hello, This is just a Small introduction Video. Something I’ve been doing to try and better my Video Editing Skills with various Filters and all of the other stuff whatever there called lol. Hope you like it, you can also subscribe to my Feed in iTunes, I’ve decided to Convert all of my Videos to Quicktime format “MOV” So i can cover iTunes as well as my Blog for Video Feed… Thanks and enjoy the video!
Hi all; After reading Douglas’s blog on marquetry I figured I would add a few comments about the fine art of marquetry. Rather than do a lot of typing here, it’s easier to just provide a link to the page on my site. I’ve always been a bit lazy. This is listed under the scroll saw index, as well as the veneering index. http://www.prowoodworkingtips.com/Marquetry_Basics.html I hope it provides some additional information for anyone wanting to give this a try. ...
Here is the Second Video in my Series… I hope you enjoy this video, I cover a few more things in this Video. in the last 2 Videos 4 and 5 of my Series, which of course we’ve not gotten to just yet… I just Scroll… and show you the end result of my Progress after 3 days of Scrolling… Of course that’s because i was recording and explaining and all that good stuff… Handi
Everyone, I would like to Apologize with this Post, I have missed a Detail in my Video Editing, and a Fellow Jock has Brought it to my Attention and now i feel Embarrassed about it lol. There is no Audio in the First part of the Video, I would say pretty close to about 25 Seconds to 40 Seconds into the Video there is no Audio, The Scrolling Text at the bottom of the Video indicate the Fast Forwarding of the Video and that DON’T For sure have audio, that was on purpose so I can reduse...
Here is the First Video of my Re Edited Polar Bear Series. I have 20 Videos that are inbetween 20 to 30 minutes long, I have edited 6 Videos about 2hrs of recording in this first 10 minute Video. I hope everyone likes it, All comments are welcome, Good or Bad, and Also tell me what you think about it. This isn’t ment to be much of a Information Video, there are some Information in this video, but Mostly a Demonstration, I have another video that is edited, I will post that vide...
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