We have a collection of neat shot glasses, mostly from medieval fairs. I wanted to make a stylish home for them and decided that they would look best in a barrel – a Shot Barrel! And in order to save on space, it would have to be a thin slice, just deep enough for the […]
Category: Sketches to inspire you!
Welcome to the Sketches-Categorie, where I post scans of the plans I make for the larger projects or those I expect to be large enough. These sketches contain the ideas I use in the eventual project, but also a host of unused ones that are prone to inspire you.
In these sketches, I try to come at a project idea from most conceivable angles, figuring out different methods to achieve a certain outcome. Thus, I come across a number of ideas that do not make the final cut (literally in most cases). But they still have the potential to inspire you, and give you ideas for your own projects.
Since I try to cram as much as I can into any sketch, and do not know how much room I actually need, the writing tends to be a little small. I do my best to make it legible, but if there is something you cannot decipher let me know and I’ll help!
Tanis is a podcast about a strange place and even stranger events, with mystery and Lovecraftian undertones. When I binged the first seasons in my shop, walking the short distance back to the house in the dark was an interesting experience. While I would recommend listening to Tanis if you are a fan of the […]
Want to turn something useful and stackable, following an easy pattern? Then the wooden shot glasses are just the thing for you (and you can ignore the dragon part, too). Beverage containers on the lathe are not that new, but these are also easy to store because they stack! And in addition to that, they can […]