Wood Working.

Discussion in 'Arts and Literature' started by kenfishbum, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. kenfishbum

    kenfishbum New Member

    I do woodworking and enjoy building fly tying furniture. Thought I would post a few pictures.Desk is walnut and figured maple.

    View attachment 23823 tying desk & hackle chest 010.jpg tying desk & hackle chest 004.jpg
  2. kenfishbum

    kenfishbum New Member

    Picture of the desk. It did not show in first post. tying desk & hackle chest 001.jpg
  3. GAT

    GAT Active Member

    WoW! Another beautiful example of craftsman woodworking. I envy your talent. My Dad was that good but I didn't inherit his woodworking genes.... I inherited all his bad ones :D
  4. allenro

    allenro Active Member

    Beautiful. Way too nice for my tying skills. I'd have paint,head cement and superglue all over the tabletop before you know it.

    Really nice.
  5. Roper

    Roper Idiot Savant

    Very nice joinery there...very nice. Not to mention some really nice wood. Was this a custom build for a customer?
  6. Mark Mercer

    Mark Mercer Member

    Sweet! If thats for someone besides yourself they're one lucky tier. Very nice!!!
  7. Big E

    Big E Moderator Staff Member

    That looks even better than on paper. Thanks for finishing up early. Let me know when you would like to deliver it.
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  8. Dottiesdad

    Dottiesdad Member

    Very nice. I love the proportions and clean lines.

    Really a lovely piece of work.
  9. scottybs

    scottybs Active Member

  10. kenfishbum

    kenfishbum New Member

    Thanks for the complements Guys.
    Roper, Yes for a customer. I build a few pieces a year to support my
    fly tying and fly fishing addictions.
  11. Jack Devlin

    Jack Devlin Active Member

    Wonderful finish and choice of woods.
  12. troutpounder

    troutpounder Active Member

    WOW that is beautiful. You should sell these
  13. wadin' boot

    wadin' boot Donny, you're out of your element...


    Ok Alls I did on my wife's school project was the stain, polyurethane and table assembly. The kids did the tiles, the wife did the grout....
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