Wood Pile Projects and Fire ....jubilant junk art,winter snows give rest to wood,my lair awaits fire….—by flp ————————————————————————————————————————————————————&...
I just updated three videos showing essential technique when chip carving 3-corner chips.To watch them in HD you’ll need a free Gold Membership. Uploading HD videos to YouTube takes too long which is why these high definition videos can be watched and downloaded from the My Chip Carving Video Vault. I hope you enjoy watching!
the years I had many different methods and idea about how to get a project ready for finishing. Like any other part of woodworking we all have our own way of getting to the finishing stage. Some smooth every part and piece with a drum sander, others use a jointer to clean the face of boards, and there are those that prefer hand tools and use a smoothing plane. The smoothing plane takes some practice and I do enjoy using hand tools on my projects but it is definitely a lot more work. No...
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Stories of Wood That Yearn ”....tis in the sliding of the barn door’s opening, that the eye of man meets those other’s, who have heard the news, that often what is sold as wood, be-comes the more of what is worked as art....” Often now the mornings are getting colder and so I find myself coming out here earlier to start the fire in the belly of my beast, as I prepare the tools that the ‘old timer’ will be using today. Tools come in many forms shapes a...
I finally completed the Crib, have it assembled and it is in use. I got a couple questions about the mounting hard ware. The side pannels are removeable. They are supported by Mortise and tennon joints and a screw from the side pannel will lock into a threaded insert along the corner posts. I wanted to conceal as much hardware as I could, and the open part on the side pannels will be capped. The matress frame attaches directly to the corner posts to threaded inserts at four different...
I belong to a chosen few here with Lumberjocks as to of been one of the earliest members. I have just looked through the last 20 pages of all your works. I would like to take my hat off to all of you who has put your time and talent to produce such Items. Each of you and those whom has come before as I can see deserves a round of applause. We here on lumberjocks. displays pictures of our products, for everyone to see. I want to say again, all of you deserves my hats off and around of applause...
Good Things Happen Today I am going to vary my blog style some what and pass the morning’s sun highlight on to an-other worker of wood….and also a worker in many fields of yet to come. A dreamer of sorts, who has chosen to put his hands into the multi-tasking of what can I do to better not only my situation, my families outcome and then also what can I do for my village or community….today this is where this young man is, tomorrow will yet come when he looks forth upon th...
Cultures of Sculptures ….this are the images of my heart, wherein lies the nourishment for my soul, taken across the canvas of landscaped forests of green, and so the green is a living color that breathes of what i am…. —-have you entertained the thought of venting as a leaf, on the back of an un-de-fined-un-re-fined wind, accepting for the moment of moving time your delay of free will, and so you ride the backside of this storm furore bearing gifts…. —-...
A mate was cutting down a Leopard tree [Caesalpinia ferrea] and asked if I wanted the wood… I had to think about this for a while because I am running out of room lol..Leopard trees have mottled shiny bark that someone thought looked like a leopard’s skin. This a graceful tree that lines many suburban streets and parks. They are perfect as a screen against the hot western sun, the light filtering though the leaves, highlighting their delicate shading.......And for those who wo...
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