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My work bench currently only has my dremel hanging beside it. My work surface (a glass patio table) is currently empty because I finally cleaned it off lol

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7 minutes ago, John Morris said:

Trying my hand at spoon carving.

I like your tools but there are better thinks for spoon carving.

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Just now, Gerald said:

I like your tools but there are better thinks for spoon carving.

 I know Gerald, it's all I have for now though. I have been researching the craft for weeks now and I'll have to acquire what I need when I can.:)

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2 minutes ago, John Morris said:

Now hopefully I'll be able to keep all my fingers during my training phase of this craft.:lol:

 

Yeah, if you intend to make it to your 29th Anniversary.:JawDrop:

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3 hours ago, John Morris said:

I am trying my hand at spoon carving with mainly hatchet and hand tools only.

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Ya know John, a Foredom would be nice for those spoons.;) Wet or dry, no difference.

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11 hours ago, John Morris said:

A good quote, "The things I make may be for others, but how I make them is for me." ~ Tony Konovaloff

 

I love that. :)

I like that. I made a couple of jewelry boxes for a gal and she asked me how I do it. I said I lay out the rough lumber on my bench and listen to the wood as it "speaks" to me. I do that all through the process, letting it guide me. The joinery is just simple mechanics. Inlays add artistic expression to the talking figure. :OldManSmiley:

 

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