Creative Woodworks & crafts 2005-01, страница 39




Creative Woodworks & crafts 2005-01, страница 39

Ray Baumbach of Enberly, B.C., designed this buffet (from Wildwood Designs) and intricate boat that be calls (he S.S. Sicamous. The ship is made from 1/8" birch, except for the hull which is made from pine, and measures 42" long. Ray says that the plans were drawn from his own head, with a little bit of assistance from photos and from a trip to a museum where he was able to sec a master plan. The ship, which is the original and not the updated version (docked in Penticton, B.C.), took Ray two months to design, with lots of "midnight ideas." We were also quite impressed with Ray's clocks and lowers, which can be viewed on his website: www.scrollwOrkclocJts.corn. Be sure to check him out!

Creative Woodworks & Crafts January 2005 • 39

Don Heppner of Osier, Saskatchewan, is pictured here next to his shop, which he, amazingly enough, designed and built on his own with scrap lumber from an old milk house. His daughter Kristen says, "This is where all his masterpieces come to life." You said it, Kristen! Also pictured are two of Don's creations, a covered wagon based on a pattern by Gary Browning, and a bear thai was designed by Patty Beach and featured in our September. 2003 issue. Don lias been featured in a newspaper article in the Saskatoon Sun. and now we're proud to show him off as one of our many accomplished readers.



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