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Stone carver, Thailand
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The steady thump of a wooden mallet bounced a thudding echo off the saw-dust covered brick walls. Skillfully smoothing every surface and hammering every nail, the carpenter worked with careful patience. A trio of chickens pecked at the bits of sawdust covering the floor and spreading into the lawn, looking for something edible. Stepping back, the old man smiled beneath his lush white beard, satisfied with his newly-finished work.
This minifig’s been waiting to be put in a moc for over a year, so glad to finally give it to him!
Also got to try out that roof technique, which I’ve been developing for almost as long.
More mocs coming! 😀
Soli Deo Gloria!
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Portrait of a beautiful young Hispanic woman using a sander while working in a woodshop
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Golam Rasul, 16 years old, learning wood works at the carpentry training depot in the drop in centre in Quetta. He lives in Kerani Road and works as a loader at a market. Boy with cap is 15-year-old Mustafa, who lives in Jungle Bagh and sells seeds and vegetables at a market. Quetta, Pakistan. February 24, 2012.
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British Planemakers from 1700 by William Louis Goodman
Second edition published in 1978 by
Arnold & Walker
77 High Street, Needham Market
Suffolk IP6 8AN
ISBN 0 90463807 3
The 48 point lowercase letters on the title page
and jacket are of Great Canon Roman Cut by
Joseph Moxon (see pp. 63-7, 71) and first shown in
his "Proves of several Sorts of Letters" of 1669.
The capitals are replacements made by the
Calson Foundry who adopted the face.
Printed in Great Britain at
the Westerham Press
London Road, Westerham, Kent
(This is my own reader’s book review from Amazon.)
This very important book is in fact Mr Goodman’s second historical survey on ancient hand tools. In 1964, Goodman published "The history of woodworking tools" to great critical acclaims from collectors and scholars.
This "2nd edition: greatly enlarged" of British Planemakers from 1700 offers a unique historical survey of the planes and their makers in 18th and 19th Century Britain. Mr. Goodman’s well written text delivers to its readers an in-depth analysis of how the Hand Plane were made in the workshops of England.
The Author’s un-mistakable British wit makes for a very funny and entertaining read! On page VI, the book is aptly dedicated "To the long-suffering wives of all old-plane buffs, whose patience and forbearance have made this study possible". (Thank you, Mrs. Goodman! for putting up with your man’s cultural obsession)
Table of Contents:
list of Illustrations
I. THE PLANES
1: Bench Planes
2: Moulding Planes (General)
3: ‘Hollers’n Rounds’
4: Profiled Moulding Planes
5: Moulding-plane Wedges
6: Grooving Planes, Ploughs, etc.
7: Rebating Planes and Fillisters
II. MAKERS’, DEALERS’ and OWNERS’ MARKS
III. CHECK LIST OF PLANEMAKERS and DEALERS
IV. CHECK LIST OF PLANE-IRON MAKERS
There is more than 35 illustrations and detailed tables.
This is a wonderful book: Happy readings!
To learn more about American Planemakers’s history in the 18th and 19th Century, you must read the unique 1983 Kenneth D. Roberts’ book: Wooden Planes in Nineteenth Century America – Volume II, it is a mind treasure!
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Shot on Nikon D610 and Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art
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……..This medieval solid English oak Tudor styled door, with field and raised panels left with it’s own natural patina and with using gun stock tenons and carved spandrels in the tutor door frame. The glazed la jalousie in the centre with hand forged iron nails gives privacy for the occupier of the property made by SDB Designs designed by Sean Broadbent.
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The workshop has always played a vital role in keeping tools and implements usable on any farm. This shop has many different tools for carving and shaping wood by hand. Everything is powered by human muscle, so all tools must be kept in excellent condition in order to be able to use them properly.
On most farms family members would spend many days in winter fixing and repairing implements, making ready for spring planting time. If there were no tools needing repairs or replacement, other objects were made like utensils or windows. There is no end to the work that can be performed in the family woodworking shop.
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