Woodworking – driftwood part 1. The whale

Woodworking - driftwood part 1. The whale
Making something out of driftwood i found on my holiday in Sweden.

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Woodworking – driftwood part 1. The whale

10 thoughts on “Woodworking – driftwood part 1. The whale”

  1. There's 15 minutes of my life I'll never get back. In the end it's a piece of a branch on a beautiful base. Why not make the whale something special to.

  2. Nice Video..You might like this video..Driftwood garland"

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  3. Nice movie. However you can make it yourself. Just google woodprix and learn how to do it easily.

  4. Very nice!!! I have often been asked what is the most important tool in the shop and I always answer "Your imagination" . Your imagination is excellent.

  5. Can I ask, did you treat the piece of drift wood? I have a really nice piece of Bog Oak that I would love to work on and can't figure out how to treat it first! Thanks!

  6. Great Video. I'm always on the beach and most times bring back home pieces of driftwood. You have now given me inspiration to do a similar project tomorrow. Currently I'm busy making wagon wheels, tables andΒ driftwood wall decorations.Will now have to break offΒ andΒ  make something fishy. Love your work.

  7. Very cool! What is the name of the table-tool used to give the rounded corners? Or edges I suppose they are.

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