Sunday, 20 August 2017

I know I know

Yes I should get my finger out and post more..
Made a little hat and coat rack and a couple of stools.
This is the start of a chair you'll see more of this. Hope all you readers and followers are all doing well....
I'll try to do better...;b



Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Thoroughly

Here is the resin table sanded to 240 grit then finished with boiled linseed oil. I thoroughly enjoyed making this..
Take a look..;b




Sunday, 28 May 2017

A Lot Going On

Hi Folks
I started cutting out housings for warped boards that will become table legs a few posts back.
The table is glued up now with three colours of resin in the small holes and fissures in this Cat's Paw Oak , it has a lot going on in it this little table. It will have a single bent hazel brace thats currently in traction.


Here's where I'm at, just making the timber pop with Boiled Linseed Oil...;b

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Buckled Burr

This has become one of my all time favourites. With rich dark hue of swirling buckled burr...;b



Sunday, 14 May 2017

Stools With Copper

I finished off these stools today. They have a little of the copper resin filling a few gaps.
Maybe you can catch a glimpse in the sunlight..;b


Saturday, 13 May 2017

Northmen Guild's Code of Ethics


Many a true word said..;b
Thanks to the original uploader!

Monday, 1 May 2017

Treasure and Cutting Housings

Well my experimenting went a stage further to mixing polyester resin and adding brass filings,and a little green colour in some of the shakes and voids in this oak. If you enlarge these two pictures, you might just see.

I also got the housings cut, to let the table leg boards into the base. With marking knife, mallet, chisel and a little bullnose plane. I set to work removing the material.

A little trip to the carboot sale (flea market) Yielded me some treasure for less than £10.00.
A very old first aid kit, with some old dressings. Along with an almost new Leatherman Charge.





Back in the workshop feeling inspired..;b