Sunday, 14 August 2011
A slideshow of some recent work...
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Carving a Dragon Kuksa.
Carving a Dragon Kuksa. I have been carving Kuksa from green Birch for 15 years or so, I’m self taught. From the beginning, I limited mysel...
Spoon carving edge tools need to be sharp. To be quite honest I am relatively new to using this type of stropping system. I have always...
The first thing I need to find is a suitable piece of stick, preferably seasoned, but in this case I used a green stick. The problem with...
Beautiful work I love the kuska on the apples it flows like gold :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment Brian...That particular Kuksa was stained with coffee and then oiled...A beaut, now up in Scotland...JReplyDelete
I am a maker of wood and bamboo high performance bicycles and a passionate flintknapper here in Crescent City California. I find your work awe inspiring. Just beautiful. If you wish to see some bicycles in the make check them out at my friends facebook page her name is Gale Steelman. See what sustainable bicycles look like. Again, you are a wonderful inspiration,and thank you for keeping my creative juices flowing.
Elizabeth Landon Carter