Here is the finished sea eagle mentioned in my last post. It is made using greenheart, mahogany, oak and maple with the beak and feet dyed yellow and the talons dyed black.
I made a start this afternoon on another, smaller version, of the Sea Eagle that I made some time ago. The earlier sea eagle used quite a lot of greenheart wood and I have decided to use a small amount … Read More
Here is a little commemorative plaque made for a lady in Yorkshire. It is a combination project involving fretwork (kind of intarsia) and pyrography. It is 8″ x 6″ and approx 0.75″ thick finished with three coats of Yacht varnish … Read More
Here is another intarsia commission that I did for a Christmas present so couldn’t share until now. Although it is substantially black I made the piece using Tulip wood to give me a ‘blank canvas’ so to speak and then … Read More
Not done one of these for a while. Here’s a little Christmas Candle intarsia that I recently made as my scrollsaw was starting to feel a bit unloved. It’s made using Oak, Sapele and Tulip Wood with wood stain for … Read More