Here is a list of all the postings David A. Moody has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Anniversary clock|
beautiful, great choice of timber
|Thread: Bifold Doors|
|Thread: oak and bubinge hollow form.|
That's beautiful work, maybe you should consider teaching!
|Thread: Rocking horse|
you deserve it. Wood carving is a real skill, and to use it to produce something like this is, well, something I envy!
|Thread: spalted beech hollow form.|
|Thread: elm hollow form 4"x3 1/2"in size|
Fantastic, and I don't think that the hole, though unintended, is a negative, I think it looks great
|Thread: yew hollow form.|
looks great, especially the way the grain shines out
|Thread: first atempt at colouring|
|Thread: yew hollow form painted with jo sonja iridesent paints|
well done, especially considering its size
|Thread: Doug's hollow form|
|Thread: Book Binding Project for your Magazines|
Thanks Sparky, much appreciated
If you are like me you might have one or two magazine subscriptions that you just don’t want to part with, and you need to keep them safe and tidy, right?
For the last year and a half I’ve been taking my ring binders full of stuff and binding their content into books using paper and card. The finished result is much nicer to use and takes up significantly less space on the book shelf than a collection of large ring binders.
But, what about magazines? The project that follows is my idea of what to do with them, and believe me, you won’t want to put the book down when you’ve done!
|Thread: Frame me up Scotty!|
Thanks Sparky lol
After I posted this my wife saw it and said that I should've titled this "Frame me up Scotty!" I burst out in laughter, couldn't believe I didn't come up with that title myself! Anyway, changed it on my blog lol.
Edited By David A. Moody on 25/02/2017 12:48:54
A while ago I collected a set of four small Star Trek models. There two others in the series, The Enterprise-D and a surprise model, but the shop had sold out and never got them back in stock. Anyway, they sat on my desk for a while, and got knocked around a bit, and broken a couple of times, thankfully they were easy to fix. The Enterprise-D model came later, it's one of those glueless die cut stainless steel models that take a considerable amount of time to assemble! Anyway, I've been toying with the idea for some time now to mount them on a picture frame, and this week I finally got it done.
The full project: http://woodworking.david-moody.info/framing-star-trek/
Edited By David A. Moody on 25/02/2017 12:07:06
|Thread: Rocking horse|
|Thread: Nuts and Rats! (umm, I mean nuts and bolts ha ha ha :-)|
Sorry to hear about your losses, but that's all the fun of life!
Yesterday our dog Maxie was scratching around my tool shed, which is usually what she does when she smells a rat. We have an empty house adjacent to ours, duplex construction, that is overgrown and rat infested, so sometimes they decide to enter our yard. We couldn’t see it, so we left well enough alone. Maxie didn’t. By morning my stack of wood and floor tiles had been scattered all over the place, some of the wood was chewed up a bit, and a few tiles were broken. She also chewed a big hole in my garden soaker sprinkler. Okay, so that’s my plans for the day thrown out the window!
thanks to that rat my toolshed got a clean out and an upgrade!
I've written a full story on my blog: http://woodworking.david-moody.info/nuts-and-rats/
Edited By David A. Moody on 18/02/2017 11:08:47
Edited By David A. Moody on 18/02/2017 11:09:12
Edited By David A. Moody on 18/02/2017 11:18:24
|Thread: 3rd hollow form|
|Thread: 35y falklands rememberance plate.|
A beautiful tribute, well done
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