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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by allan, Sep 2, 2017.
Wow! That must take a ton of hours. I can tell it's a labor of love
Thanks for the instructions on how to use Flckr. I'm still trying to get that to work with no luck.
Am I still below the threshold for number of posts?
Looks like it works now! Thanks!
And as a fellow woodworker, those rocking horses are spectacular! I can't believe you do it all by hand. I love using my hand planes and chisels but that's a ton of work! Nice job!
thank you well l only make one a year now do to my health problems, but l do get a lot of enjoyment from them, each one has a time capsule hidden inside that known knows about
What kind of wood do you build those out of?
Each one must consume a lot of material due to all the pieces you have to laminate up before you start carving. That's super impressive.
That totally deserves a Bangin'!
here is a little video clip and it dose not take as much as you might think, the thing to remember is you have to carve the head before you start adding sections. I only real horse hair and hand made tack and saddle
IMG_0292 by Allan Sharman, on Flickr
IMG_0237 by Allan Sharman, on Flickr
Hi this one is mahogany and to be honest at times it was like working with steal lol very hard I will add a cutting list later tonight
here is the cutting list l used
Screen Shot 2017-09-13 at 19.20.10 by Allan Sharman, on Flickr
Wow...mahogany...I can't imagine doing all that carving by hand in such a hard wood. That's very impressive. Definitely heirloom pieces of furniture.