Kokeshi Making (Japanese wooden dolls)

And to think that some people are excited about printing a Darth Vader head in a 3D printer... *sighs*

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+10 1. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

I love watching Japanese craftsmen at work :-)
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+1 2. Papuchar commented 9 years ago

very nice! why is he using straw at 1:17?
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+10 3. iDrifter commented 9 years ago

At the end: Look, no technology.
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+3 4. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

I so want to carve wood like that :D. I think I have the wrong job.
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+6 5. drienuldrie commented 9 years ago

#2 i think he's sort of sanding it down to make it more smooth, give it some shine and prep it for painting. Sandpaper would still leave small bits of wood i guess?
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+3 6. primate1970 commented 9 years ago

I wasn't going to watch all of this video but found myself fixated till the very end...

Good to see real craftsmen at work instead of sitting at work watching My cnc churn out the same thing over and over again... :|
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+5 7. torbengb commented 9 years ago

I love watching craftmanship videos! Seeing how things are made makes me deeply appreciate their skills. The finished product doesn't show how precisely it was made, unless you've seen it being made.
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+1 8. darkmas commented 9 years ago

and those toys were used to trade secrets >:)
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-3 9. snus69 commented 9 years ago

is that a dildo ?