Our hands are made for shaping things out of nothing. It doesn’t really matter whether it is a piece of rock, wood or clay. There is always something comforting about watching someone in an effort of trying to turn it into something useful or admirable. I have to admit that on the one hand it wasn’t easy, but from the other it gave me a lot of satisfaction when I finished it. It simply felt good.
I hope you will find it relaxing 🙂
Just for the record – this is not an instructional video. I’m completely aware that my carving skills are horrible and that I wasn’t doing it correctly. This is an ASMR video made mostly for relaxation purposes.
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Wood for carving: http://amzn.to/2fFbFpP
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Just for the record – this is not an instructional video. I’m completely aware that my carving skills are horrible and that I wasn’t doing it correctly. This is an ASMR video that was made mostly for relaxation purposes.
ASMR Carving a wooden spoon