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  1. Maple Leaf

    Finished with a tack cloth.
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  2. New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone. I am a new member from Bowling Green, Ky. I am a sculptor, currently working with wood and metal casting. I am having trouble finding wood for carving in my area and was hoping to get some help. If anyone knows where to get butternut, or other wood that is good for carving...
  3. Design & Plans
    I have an odd question... I'm an industrial design student and I want to make a lamp that looks like a log, but is hollowed out so thinly that some light can pass through. I know this won't work with a wood that has a thick bark, but do you think it would work with something like birch? I know...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi Everyone, I was walking through the park today and came across this bridge. I can not understand how they made the top and bottom of the vertical pieces rounded. I suppose it would be easy enough to do on a wood lathe except for the fact that this piece would not spin very...
  5. Design & Plans
    So I'm a noob, but just wanted to post a few pictures of a few cool projects I've been working on. Pretty sweet plank chairs, extremely comfortable and just an overall fun project. Hope everyone likes'em ;) Feed back is appreciated ;)
  6. New Member Introductions
    Hi all, I found this forum while looking for some help regarding joinery... and I am sure glad to see so many people discussing this topic. I started woodworking while staying in a wildlife sanctuary in the Himalayas (India).... mostly rustic furniture for my home use... Recently I have...
  7. Design & Plans
    Make this marble game for the grand kids. http://www.youtube.com/user/willcfish?feature=mhum#p/u/82/aOa9tOg_-Jo
  8. Woodturning
    Attached Photo is a Bowl that I made using the Techniques and tools found in a book by Patrick Spielman and Carl Roehl. You can achieve some cool grain patterns and unique shapes with this method. The rings of wood are cut out of a 3/4 to 1 in piece of wood with a scroll saw, glued and stacked...
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