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  1. Big B

    Alien

    From the album: Turnings

    Thought this one looked like something out of a star trek episode so named it the alien due to its organic shape specifically related to the finial. The hollow form is Cedar with turquoise inlay in the cracked and small voids. The headpiece or Finial is made of Bradford Pear and has turquoise inlay as well in a concentric pattern on each side which was all turned and hand carved. Size including the finial is around 14.5"x9.5". Hope you enjoy as much as I did making it.
  2. Big B

    AlienPNG

    Thought this one looked like something out of a star trek episode so named it the alien due to its organic shape specifically related to the finial. The hollow form is Cedar with turquoise inlay in the cracked and small voids. The headpiece or Finial is made of Bradford Pear and has turquoise inlay as well in a concentric pattern on each side which was all turned and hand carved. Size including the finial is around 14.5"x9.5". Hope you enjoy as much as I did making it.
  3. Big B

    Alien2PNG

    Thought this one looked like something out of a star trek episode so named it the alien due to its organic shape specifically related to the finial. The hollow form is Cedar with turquoise inlay in the cracked and small voids. The headpiece or Finial is made of Bradford Pear and has turquoise inlay as well in a concentric pattern on each side which was all turned and hand carved. Size including the finial is around 14.5"x9.5". Hope you enjoy as much as I did making it.
  4. So, I did a thing... I learned how to miter cut trim so it actually fits!!! Of course, I got so excited I forgot to take pics at the shop. However, I did get pictures of my most recent river table top (will be an end table). Originally I had planned to oil the wood and wax the entire top... however, the tung oil raised the grains of the wood (oak? I don't know) so the wax wouldn't shine up right... so I sanded it all down, sanded the wood flat (60, 80, 120, 220). I put a seal coat of epoxy resin on it, will do another seal coat and then a flood coat. It already looks MUCH better than it did before I changed route. And yes... I'm having way too much fun with something that is WAY too expensive.
  5. Well guys it looks like a road trip. I've been looking at the schedule for The Woodworking Show and it's going to be as close to me as it gets with about a 2 hour drive in Chantilly, Va on March 22-24th. The idea of seeing Alex Snodgrass give his presentation for Carter Products is making me feel like a kid on Christmas Eve. I had seen his video at one of the shows and taken his advice when setting up and troubleshooting my Laguna 1412 bandsaw and it's now running like a champ. Nothing like doing it right. And looking at the list of speakers shows me it's a chance to learn and see in action some of the products I've been looking at but hadn't actually seen used in person. But mostly I like the idea of being able to see and feel a tool in my hands to see just how well it fits and how much it weighs. Plus if I have any questions there are knowledgeable people right there to guide you. Of course that's no replacement for this forum but hands on and in person sometimes makes things really clear. I'm a big fan of media (pictures/videos) because sometimes the written and spoken word just isn't all that clear to me. Show me and I'm golden, well a bit better anyway. It still may take a few attempts but. Anyway just in case you aren't aware of this show I thought you may want to see if it will be close enough to you to consider. I'll post back after the show to give you my impressions. And of course some pictures. Of course if I buy too much I may have to do that on the run......or in hiding till the little lady cools down. All kidding aside, she has supported me in every way in my pursuit of this great hobby and I do use discretion when making my buying choices. Next trick I'll try is convincing her to go to Lie-Nielsen's open house July 12-13th following with the lobster bake. I'd really like to see their process and have a chance to use their tools during their demos. Any of you take this trip yet? Any reviews on the tour and hands on of their planes? May be too soon after going to Alaska in May but worth a shot. Maybe another box of Godiva Dark Chocolate Truffles........
  6. John Morris

    Wood and Shop

    Woodworking tutorials, education and blogs and a small store by Joshua Farnsworth.
  7. Here's the newest addition (and my first commission!!). My battle buddy asked me to make this as a thank you gift for her friend. I wasn't sure it would turn out right, but she loves it, so I guess that means it did...
  8. Trying to draw up my own blue prints for a concealment cabinet. And yes.... draw. I don't have the money for a CAD program or the patience to learn to use one. Besides, I kinda like the process of drawing it out. Others who also draw out your own... are there any tips/tricks/things I should know? It's a pretty simple cabinet. Once I get ahold of my phone, I'll share what I've drawn up thus far. Please feel free to let me know what I'm missing (as if I would ever doubt that you all will do just that LOL). I'll load pictures on a reply.
  9. So i get a message from a friend last night, a friend of theirs (i don't know the affected family) had their house burn to the ground. not sure about insurance status. but they asked if i could make something, or several somethings, for a fundraiser for the affected family. likely sometime in Jan. next year. well, with that kind of lead time, it's doable, as I normally don't stock a lot of lumber in my shop, i only buy what i need for the next planned project, but i always have a few leftover pieces and parts laying around until they get tossed or used up on smaller projects (like little bowls). so the question is two fold: what type of projects would appeal to others with cash in hand? and more deeply, why not just donate to the family directly and leave me out of the loop? (or ask me for cash directly). when i give to various charities, i do so because i believe that what they do is worthwhile and i want to contribute to what they are doing for others. i don't expect to get a table, cutting board, bowl, doorstop in return. thoughts?
  10. Website of shop made jigs, machines and devices.
  11. This is a knowledge-base repository of wood related subjects and the people who make the art and industry, and the tools and machinery used to create and form the wood, and the wood and material and the process's that are used to form and shape the wood.
  12. Spending a week at Marc Adams Academy of Woodworking just south of Indianapolis. A most amazing place!! I am taking a class with Glenn Lucas again this year, what a great technician and what a great teacher. Almost posted this in the general wood working area but since I'm taking a turning class I decided to post it here. Just thought I'd share a few pictures of the facility. It's important to note these pictures don't begin to show just how extensive this complex is. One of the assistants told me there are about 40,000 square feet under roof. There are about 400 people who have completed the masters program here, it's an extensive training and requires serious dedication to get that done. This is a wall that has several inspirational or clever snippets on it. This one is my favorite. 2018 instructors. the lathe room, 16(I think) oneway 1624 lathes. One of the machining rooms, there are several One of the assembly rooms, and again, there are several. This class is working on a Nakashima style side table. A display case of some completed projects Kind of like wood worker Nirvana Steve
  13. Folks, I am going to be selling off my larger equipment, time to downsize, and I am going to replace it with older and smaller antique machinery, first on the chopping block is my 12" Grizz table saw, and I want to replace it with old ARN, does anyone know of some good locations via internet to purchase old machinery? I know about Ebay, Craigslist, any others? Thanks!
  14. This story aired Thursday night on an Indy News Channel. Great Story...IDK how long the news links stay active. Carmel, IN Retirement Community Woodworking Shop-WRTV6
  15. This is a pretty neat site for newbies and, us not so new guys. Paul Sellers is an excellent teacher. Common woodworking Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
  16. Saw this ad today...more photos to be posted this Friday, 8/10. @Ron Dudelston...almost in your backyard...I did see either a 15" or 18" Grizzly planer. Ad notes, 1000's of board feet of lumber. https://www.auctionzip.com/cgi-bin/photopanel.cgi?listingid=3129274&category=0&zip=&kwd=
  17. I spent the day yesterday judging 4-H woodworking projects at the Ohio State Fair. There were some amazing projects by these young people. I've been there one way or the other (parent, advisor, judge) for 32 of the last 34 years. They make one project at home, complete a skills project and interview at the fair. https://www.facebook.com/Ohio4HEngineering-1024369504275083/?hc_ref=ARSquOhBXNMSmSx812avwHDhY8vgZfYTxCcAEXLbQ9xnAyreSD_Ps59k3vQ_BmMD4Is
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