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  1. I'm finished when it goes in the house.. If it falls apart? I'll have to study horses before I try another picture like this.....I could have put their eyes on their nose and would have looked just as good. Grandpawdave52, whats the 52 for? this was the rope molding in the trunk, a Lowes product... I tried to get them to give it to me for buying the 7 Dremels plus having to drive the 100 miles where the only Lowes had any of those sets left..Yes they would have sent them but for 57 freight we decided to see some different country that day.. That is their regular charge if they have to send anything directly from a store and it is a standard charge for all stores... didn't know that...could have been 56 but seemed too much anyway.. The rooster is still sitting there not glued up...Since I changed all the colors different than the picture I don't have anything to go by and the glue would already have set up by the time I get halfway finished, not good...I know I'll have to enlarge a picture of it but hey I am a tight wad and this ink does cost for the printer... I added extra wood under the left side to give more better look?
  2. Nothing unusual about us for nothing is completed when promised.. So we both worked in our shops for our 57th year together...I guess it keeps us out of the beer joints!!! Well at least I run out of used pine I had saved from tearing down the big bird house and switched over to maple for the stands of the many many Nativity scenes she is still making . At least the maple only takes a couple of coats of finish where the pine took buckets of paint before it started building up enough to stop and do something else... Still fighting my new dentures. I had my teeth pulled and dentures installed all in one day about 54 or or more years ago. That was not a recorded venture so trying to put two and two together for a time and since my one ones were wore out some 20 years ago I sure been dreading fighting a new set.........I was watching an elderly lady sky diving on tv and her top plate fell out of her mouth and just thought to myself she will have much more pain fighting the new set than if her chute don't open ... I
  3. Hi Everyone I was asked to create a special keepsake chest for a couple in memory of their first child. The chest is made from Peruvian Walnut and measures 28 x 16 x 10. The Memorial Plaque is made from Holly and laser engraved. Although I had to learn a few new techniques in the construction of this project I can’t say this was a fun project.
  4. oleglenn

    Hail Mary

    Here is what I have been working on for so long. Started out with rough cut hard maple that had been stored for a few years. It wasn't the best wood but I was able to resaw it and get enough to make this plaque. It measures 24 inches wide and 32 inches high. Wood was planed down to three sixteenths. Didn't keep track of the hours. It was a challenge but, worth it. Made it for my grandson. He is putting it in his classroom
  5. I made this one for my daughter and friends at the Bridge Tender Inn at Bradenton FL. Big Packers fans. (Unfortunately the Packer's QB is out for the season.) It is about 2" thick. The face mask is made out of lawn sprinkler drip hose and fittings
  6. After making the GA bulldog, I got another request, this time for a Clemson tiger paw print. I did some research on it and its colors. This is not like any other I saw, I took a few things here and there, then combined them to this
  7. Started the second phase of the reuse of church pews. Cut the back to rough shape and then pattern routed to shape from pattern.finished 20 of these Monday and began to fit sides. Went to the range this morning so relaxing a while before starting again
  8. oleglenn

    Welcome

    From the album: Glenn Spain

    Here is a piece I just finished made of Red Oak. It has a felt background glued to the back.
  9. I mentioned a while back that I was making a mounting plaque for one of our recently retired firefighters. Here it is. Told him the cost for him was to email me a photo with his presentation axe mounted to it on the wall. The fighters' association (our club) got him the axe, but didn't give him a mount for it, so I did this as a gift to a friend. Had the wood and stain, got the patches from the FD and the metal decorations from a local award shop. I had them stick all the accoutrements on for me. This axe is mine from my Air Force Reserve unit when I retired from there. His is slightly different in color, but the same size. Wood is red oak with Old Masters Golden Oak stain and their satin polyurethane. I used to be a fan of P&L #38, but I can't get it in small quantities around here any more.
  10. I made a large clock that featured a lot of art shapes. The more I looked at it,the more I thought two of the shapes looked line a bird in flight. So I made a wall hanger with that thought in mind.
  11. Hi Everyone This is a photo of a little Cherry Plaque that I did for a client. Cherry plaque is 8" x 10". The recess for the intarsia was made using a template and a small hinge mortice router bit. The wording was laser engraved Fun little project. Woods used; Background-Australian Lacewood, White- Holly, Pink-African Pink Ivory, Green-Argentinian Lignum Vitae, Limb-Peruvian Walnut, Black- Gabon Ebony,Yellow- SA Pau Amarillo.

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