Creative Woodworks & crafts 2005-01, страница 40




Creative Woodworks & crafts 2005-01, страница 40

Frank King of Peterborough, Ontario, designed this carousel project from Wildwood Designs. Aside from the professional quality of Franks woodworking and photo, wc enjoyed his curt description: he says of his project, quite simply, "Oak... cherry... butternut... many, many hours." We can tell, Frank! Good work.

Leonard Detlott' of Queen Creek, A'/., sent us this photo of his interpretation of a Judy Gale Roberts pattern entitled "Beginning of the Trail." Leonard says that he airbrushed the Superstition Mountains (as he sees them out his own window) into the background, and added foam clouds and a cactus to lend the project some depth.

Chantal Andet of Chicoutimi, Quebec, has been a loyal reader and has been crafting our projects for some time. Shown here are a heron designed by Darin Liles and a Red Tail Ilawk designed by Bob Hlavacck (and featured on the cover of our millennium issue). The moose is Chantal's own undertaking, and an excellent one it is! It took him 30 hours to fashion the moose from dark walnut, zebrano, African walnut, and ebony.



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