Hi everybody, Back in the initial entry to the making of my flute I talked about the competition that it was made for and in the last post I had photos of the entries (sadly all but one) and a picture of what we were given to work with. Here...
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Musician with a love of woodwork. I have mainly been working with turntable plinths over the last year but have attempted some furniture building and restoration in the past.
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Native American Indian Flute with an Australian twist #6: Some of the entries to the 'super foot' competition
The super foot; Some of the entries. (Sadly I took these pics before all of the entries were submitted, there was also a pair of lovely walking sticks with a stand.) I will post a pic of the winning entry in my ne...
There were a lot more that were worthy of being posted but I don’t want to wear you all out. ;-)
The tolerances in this bearing are unbelievably small, A really nice trumpet replica Basket of fruit Carved jacket on a hanger with matching stand Porcupine Bowl Turned redgum vase Lovely turned redgum bur...
Welsh Love Spoon by David Stanley, David also won the ‘Super Foot’ competition that I had my native flute entered in, there were some great items displayed in the super foot but the clock David made was a spectacular piece of carving. ...