All posts in April, 2020

Solid Redwood Butterfly Bowl

I wanted to do a version of my butterfly bowl that was solid wood. The tree itself was probably cut down when my parents built the house I grew up in; so sometime in the... [read more]
Woodworking

The Butterfly Bowl

View on YouTube: Making the Butterfly Bowl This thing is awesome! This is my first complex bowl shape. It took a lot of careful design to make sure everything would work out, and even after... [read more]
Woodworking

Photos: THE CHAOS BOWL

This bowl started out with the idea of using cracked pieces of wood. Unfortunately, it turned out pretty ugly. I didn’t quite calculate where the broken areas would show up, and it became way too... [read more]
Woodworking

Video: Translucent Wood and Epoxy Bowl: THE CHAOS BOWL

Check out the making of this bowl on my Tormach PCNC 1100. I call it the Chaos Bowl because it is chaotic with broken wood pieces. Direct YouTube Link: The Chaos Bowl.
Woodworking

Ninja Turtle Epoxy Wall Art

I did this a while ago, and forgot to post it on my site! I had it over in my Portfolio at the Redwood Monkey Workshop. Slice of California madrone CNC engraved with my Tormach.... [read more]
Woodworking

Black Epoxy and Oak Box

This box turned out fabulous. I’m very happy with it. Watch the video to see how I made it. Made from sustainably harvested black oak in the Santa Cruz mountains. The tree fell down in... [read more]
Woodworking
Is Epoxy really food safe or food grade

Is Epoxy Food Safe?

On my Epoxy Suppliers page I used to state which epoxies advertised as “food safe”. I removed this, because it is confusing. A lot of people are asking the question: “is epoxy food safe when... [read more]
Woodworking

Batman Joinery Box in Redwood

I made a copy of my original alder batman joinery box and did it in reclaimed redwood.
Woodworking

DIY Lumber to Firewood: I made a big mistake

I’ve been using my Alaskan mill to create a lot of my own lumber from trees that fell down or are dying. My neighbor had a California madrone that was dying and needed to be... [read more]
Woodworking

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