Dodecahedron and Mobius

[  Most recent update: 28 September 2012.  ]
Dodecahedrons and a Double-Twist MobiusWooden figures of various types have been an interest of mine for a long time. Most of the constructions and carvings I have done over the years are widely dispersed to friends and relatives.

Here are three items I recently completed after taking carving tools in hand following several years of little or no activity in this, one of my favorite hobbies.

As you can see, this is a photo of a carved wooden mobius strip with two identical twists, and a couple of dodecahedrons, one from a piece of light heavily grained wood and a second from a dark wood. The dots of contrasting wood imbedded in the surfaces of the dodecahedrons add a bit of interest to the otherwise common Platonic solid.
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About w6bky

Retired 29 May 1987. Now do hobbies: blogging, ham radio, gardening, etc.
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