Finally, I have the game posted. This is a Monsters Inc. theme game board for corn hole or corn toss. This was a fun build and I am quite pleased with how it turned out. I hope you like and please leave me comments. Plans available by email re...
|View Drew - Rock-n H Woodshop's:||home||workshop||projects (52)||blog (48)||reviews (0)||forum topics (13)||buddies (174)||favorites (184)||activity log|
614 posts in 1156 days
Location: Moore, Oklahoma
I do this little thing called a podcast, maybe you have heard of it (more than likely not), called "Rock-n H Woodshop" podcast! New videos every Monday (if possible)!!! Check it out.
Anyway, a little bit about myself. My father was a woodworker by hobby, doing things for the home. I never really took much interest in the hobby. I was much more interested in bicycle stunt riding and trucks. My dad had to pull me kicking and screaming, so to speak, to help him. Now you can't get me out of the shop. I am an avid woodworker, and I really push my ability to make better furniture and cabinetry. My techniques have evolved over the years and so has my tool collection. I started in a one car garage that was no bigger than my table saw so I had to work outside a lot. In 2008 my wife and I bought a new house with a two car garage, that is in desperate need of storage cabinets (future project), but I can work indoors now at least. I love it. I used to build primitive furniture and my taste and customer needs have evolved to building just about anything I can see in a picture. I still have a lot to learn, but who doesn't? That's why I love it so much. I am the owner and operator of Rock-n H Woodshop, and as it continues to grow, so shall I. I really envy people that do this for a living, but I am pretty content with where I am and what I am doing. It has been a blast so far and I will continue to bring you all fresh new projects, techniques and a little showmanship (maybe) along the way. Hope to hear more from you all soon. Later!
-- Drew -- "I cut it twice and it's still too short!"- Rock-n H Woodshop - Moore, OK
Latest Activity | view all »
Latest Projects | view all 52 »
Latest Blog Entries | view all 48 »
This was a simple project using left over end grain butcher block from a previous project! For this interested in viewing the build, check it out here: http://youtu.be/S38ByU6iZys Thank you and Enjoy!!!
Here is my breakdown of my sled and why the 5 cut method works to get you near perfect results.Video: http://youtu.be/1eL79CJ6XHQ
This is my easy DIY crosscut sled. My old one is now garbage so I needed to redo it. I use the five cut method to dial it in within .002 of an inch in accuracy. For those of you that want to see the build here is a video link! PS.: I did make o...
This is my own design of a dead blow mallet. I actually made several of these years ago and decided to thank Steve Ramsey, Jay Bates and John Heisz for their help in sharing my channel with other viewers. This is one of my most favorite projects, ...