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Re: Wooden creations

Postby beachlion » Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:48 am

That is a very nice way of woodworking. Very delicate details. You should change your nick into "woodmagic." ;)
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Fri Mar 15, 2019 11:59 am

beachlion wrote:That is a very nice way of woodworking. Very delicate details. You should change your nick into "woodmagic." ;)


Thanks beachlion. That wood be perfect! :D
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby Dust » Sun Mar 17, 2019 12:14 pm

Very good work! Do you have a scroll-saw you are using, out are you doing these by hand? Either way, it's fine work.
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Tue Mar 19, 2019 12:23 am

Dust wrote:Very good work! Do you have a scroll-saw you are using, out are you doing these by hand? Either way, it's fine work.


Dust I have a Delta scroll saw that I like using. And there is no way I could do that by hand, I cant even cut a board straight by hand. :D
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby Dust » Tue Mar 19, 2019 2:01 am

voodoomagic wrote:
Dust wrote:Very good work! Do you have a scroll-saw you are using, out are you doing these by hand? Either way, it's fine work.

Dust I have a Delta scroll saw that I like using. And there is no way I could do that by hand, I cant even cut a board straight by hand. :D

Yeah, I've done a tiny bit of work with a (hand) coping saw, and a bit more with a scroll saw. The scroll saw is definitely the way to go, if you have one. I was okay with the scroll saw once, and I'm out of practice now. From these photos, you do better work than I ever did. Maybe I'll pick it up again soon...
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Tue Mar 19, 2019 2:55 pm

Dust wrote:
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Dust wrote:Very good work! Do you have a scroll-saw you are using, out are you doing these by hand? Either way, it's fine work.

Dust I have a Delta scroll saw that I like using. And there is no way I could do that by hand, I cant even cut a board straight by hand. :D

Yeah, I've done a tiny bit of work with a (hand) coping saw, and a bit more with a scroll saw. The scroll saw is definitely the way to go, if you have one. I was okay with the scroll saw once, and I'm out of practice now. From these photos, you do better work than I ever did. Maybe I'll pick it up again soon...


Thanks Dust, if you do get back to scrolling again would like to some of your work. And maybe share some tips.
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby Dust » Sat Mar 23, 2019 12:27 pm

Tips? Hmm... Not sure I've got many. Go slow and stop for a break before you screw up the thing you've been working on for days... I've been there.
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Sun Mar 24, 2019 12:30 am

Dust wrote:Tips? Hmm... Not sure I've got many. Go slow and stop for a break before you screw up the thing you've been working on for days... I've been there.


Dust, good advice I have been there and done that also, and made it into something else like scrap wood. :D
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Sun Apr 14, 2019 11:54 pm

Well got some pendents done.


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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:04 am

Got this Mustang done it is 33" x 18" x 3/4"
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby john62 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:29 am

A definite talent.

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Re: Wooden creations

Postby STEVIE » Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:10 am

Voodoomagic.
The mustang is a bit of a masterpiece.
There was a farm labourer in this area who was creating similar work some eighty years or so ago,
He did his representing the horse and plough using any suitable bits of scrap wood.
Most of his work was given away as presents but they can now command substantial sums of money.
A single "sum" is likely to be more than his wages for a whole year, worth considering?
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Sat May 11, 2019 2:03 am

Got a couple more done.
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby voodoomagic » Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:33 am

Made these for a friend, one is oak and the other is walnut. They are about 7 inches long a 3 inches wide.
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Re: Wooden creations

Postby crfriend » Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:38 am

Beautiful pieces both, sir -- and with a bit of resonance for yours truly being the grandson of an MD and steeped in the traditions as a young'un.
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