Here is a list of all the postings Wolfie has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: a few turnings|
Hi Sam, I must say it looks really great. Good quality plywood can produce a lovely effect. I like the overall shape of your vase too. Well done
|Thread: Not another WIP|
Well done Mailee, I always like to see what others are making. As Ron says keep the pics coming .
|Thread: I don't normally|
Very nice Derek, where did you get your inspiration from? I love these "arty"things! I must say I like the gold paste in the grain, it really makes it pop. Congrats on a great job.
|Thread: Rosewood jewellry box|
Hi Sam, welcome to the forum from me also. You have made a very nice box. I am amazed that you only used basic tools to make it. I really look forward to seeing what you can produce in the future when you have some more tools! Very well done
|Thread: Dog Puzzle|
Hi Derek, nice job. Is the outline of the dog and the cuts your own design or did you have a pattern?
|Thread: rippled ash bowl|
Well done Dennis, love the grain
|Thread: Back to Oak|
Great job Mailee,looks really good.
|Thread: cherry clock|
Lovely clock Dennis. I'm sure your wife is delighted.I like the design it looks nice and solid. Well done.
|Thread: Doors finally painted!|
Great job Mailee, looks really good. I'm sure your client will be very pleased with the result
|Thread: Ground to a halt|
Thanks for all your suggestions folks. Ron, unfortunately this is just for myself so there is no rush to finish. Glad you found a new job Al it's not easy these days. I don't think I could ever make a rocking horse like yours Derek, it is just stunning. Sam, I know that you also made a rocking horse, but I know my limitations and carving is just beyond me.Thanks for your congrats also on the grandad bit. Chad, I think you are right and I will just crack on and get it finished. I eventually managed to get out to the garage and started. Once I got the smell of fresh sawn wood I knew just why I love woodwork.
Hopefully that's me back in the saddle.
Hi there folks, I was just wondering if anyone out there has had the same problem as I have. Just recently I became a Grandad, and that's great! I dropped everything and jumped on a plane as my daughter lives in Cardiff. we have been running back and forth several times and as a resultI have not been near my workshop.I even stopped work halfway through a chess set and cannot seem bothered to finish it. I feel like I need a good kick up the rear to get me going again. Any motivational advice welcome. ( I don't think I'm just lazy as I have plenty to do round the house!)
|Thread: burr oak bowl|
Lovely bowl Dennis, I love the figure and you have given it a great finish. I have never turned a burr of any kind but seeing yours would tempt me to give it a go. Well done again.
|Thread: Holiday photos!|
Hi Simon, I must admit I am always gobsmacked at the quality and scale of the work in ancient cathedrals etc. It must have taken agees to do all that carving. I don't imagine that there is anyone about today with the skill and patience to carry out work like that. Amazing, thanks for sharing.
|Thread: turned pens|
Lovely pens Dennis, really classy looking.
|Thread: Three little angels|
Nice work Derek, they look great. Don't know how the advert banner goes over your pics but they can be seen clearly in your album. Well done
|Thread: Banksia Nuts|
Nice job Cedric, must say I would never have thought of using nuts in this way. Really original idea that works well. Congratulations.
|Thread: Who Said I'm Early|
Very nice work Derek, you really do seem to have this carving thing licked! Must say you are very well organised. Have you done all the Christmas shopping too! Love the paint work, well done.
|Thread: Even more Oak!|
Hi Mailee, sorry I must have missed this one. Lovely work as usual.
|Thread: Finally some good shots|
Great work Mailee, I really like the cornice at the top of the tall unit. Your client must be pleased. Well done. Cheers. Ian
|Thread: Small jobs|
Nice job Derek, they look great. Cheers
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