First steps of a small box. Right now it’s ugly as sin, but this will hopefully become sleek and pretty before i’m done
A break from working with wood.
A friend asked for some help in making a camera jib. This is one of the OliviaTech DIY mini camera jibs. Made from square aluminium hollow bar and aluminium square angle. The base gets mounted on a tripod and the camera goes on top. It should then be able to maintain its camera angle as it’s raised and lowered.
Pen collectors box all completed. Made with black walnut and maple with geometric inlay. The two trays are both removable, with the grooved inserts removable as well. This allow the box to be used for different purposes through out its life.
Making scalloped rests for the trays. The scale (and the fact that it’s moveable) makes repeating distances easy.
Adding some detail to my apartment workbench. I’ve long been a fan of Greene & Greene furniture and i wanted this to have something of that style to it. So i’m adding square plugs of black walnut.
Making the trays to go inside. All made out of 6mm birch ply. The sides have been lipped and veneered with black walnut. The bottoms are just the ply as so little of it will be seen.
To get an almost air tight fit the tray frames are taped up and left in the box while the glue dries.
Grinder tool rest now finished. Just needs to be set up on the grinder.
Linings finished, onto the sound board.
Small detail chisel now finished.