Woodworker does a stop motion of his project

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+16 1. Voutelamberopipi commented 8 years ago

Mesmerizing. Suddently I have the urge to do woodwork.
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+27 2. dickheadred commented 8 years ago

Awesome skills and a great shop to exploit them
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+8 3. Atkinc088 commented 8 years ago

I wood not have had the patience to perform such work
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+10 4. mydixiewrecked commented 8 years ago

Reminds me of workshop back in school
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+8 5. nomoredavid commented 8 years ago

Wow ! Definitely not the average Ikea chair !
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+5 6. ZaMpTi commented 8 years ago

love wood and woodwork!
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-10 7. Cynabal commented 8 years ago

So, some trees had to die, to make that wood available for destruction, in a project summing up to two chairs that are neither beautiful nor particularly creative.
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+8 8. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

The workmanship of the chairs was amazing the workmanship of the Stop Motion was better...Only a wooden step away from Wallace and Grommet :)
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0 9. kaleemyork commented 8 years ago

TOTAL GHOST . . .. 8-)
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+6 10. ChainTexter commented 8 years ago

How did he train those pieces of wood and power tools so well?
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+4 11. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

I love the smell of a woodwork shop...Hmmm
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-2 12. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

I don't know much about carpentry, but is taking advantage of as much surface as possible part of the classes? My instinct kinda told me that there might have been better ways of using more of the wood, leaving less cutoffs. (?)
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+3 13. ermini commented 8 years ago

very nice work!
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+3 14. Dennyboy commented 8 years ago

Brilliant!
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+2 15. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

In the beginning Frank is using a 1960's era McCulloch chainsaw. He must take really good care of his tools and machinery.
Here is a video about his woodworking shop........

http://www.youtube.com/user/urbanTrash
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0 16. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

More about Frank and his wood projects. Love this video. The chairs are very artistic and aesthetic. http://www.frankmakes.com/