Discussion in 'General Chat' started by NIGHTBRINGER, Dec 17, 2018.
And one from last year (this one is my wife's favourite)...
As promised... THUNDERCATS HO!
Made from Walnut and Canarywood.
And another new one... this one for my wife:
A funny little moose, cut from Maple.
Everyone likes Moose! (Except when they charge your car, or you for that matter).
We used to have Moose in Britain you know... hundreds of years ago. They are extinct here now (unfortunately for all moose fans, but fortunately for everyone’s cars).
My wife loves them!
Usually they just get hit by cars... and the people in the cars seldom fare well.
That is sad.
These three I made this year for my wife:
At least no more chaos. I approve.
I don’t know if this would be to hard but wouldn’t it be cool to make one of a slann sitting on a palanquin?
Hahaha... glad you approve.
The tough part would be coming up with or designing a suitable pattern.
And here is the last one of this year (also for my wife), this one took the longest to complete...
The piece is not dyed at all. It is assembled from different species of wood:
Yellowheart / Pau Amarello
And the coolest! (imo )
Thank you so much. I'm glad you like it!
Wow, great job!
I love how you use different sorts of wood for the colors.
Thanks. I've been wanting to create projects like this for a long time, but I never had access to thin (1/4") exotic wood. I finally found a store that sells such stock and is within a somewhat reasonable driving distance.
that turtle is really wonderful.
I really like how the green wood shows lines that replicate the growth of the turtle's scales.
Thank you kindly!
I purchased that green poplar specifically for this project. I really like the colour and as you say, the grains of the wood add to the piece.
A funny little thing I made for my best buddy's Bachelor party...
A small heart box I made for my wife. Made from Pine and Red Cedar.