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A Carving called "Family"

[[  Most recent Update:  16 September 2012.  ]] This is a carving in redwood that was salvaged from an old barn. The carving is rotated about 45 degrees from one photo to the next, below. The finish is classic “bright … Continue reading

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Making a Dodecahedron, Part 1

[[  Most recent Update: 28 September 2012.  ]] Making a Dodecahedron, Part 1  (Layout, and making the first 4 cuts.) The photo, above, shows a newly cut dodecahedron, fresh from the workbench, ready for sanding, varnishing, waxing, and polishing. In … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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