Here we appreciate the ancient, beautiful art of unplugged woodworking.
Broken Heart. Y’all don’t know heart break until you spend a whole night carving out the perfect spoon only to break it in the final finishing cut stages 🙁 38754055_10155326325162131_2026197443757998080_o
Sensei Ryoba snapped off during a pretty aggressive ripping round on some Panga Panga. All it took was a twist of a screwdriver and boom, I was back at it. 28795275_10155000843332131_2779285659405503750_n
Sharpening. I remember spending much wasted time and money on new tools. Fueling this misdirected emphasis on Buying as a way of bypassing time spent learning new skills. I guess one of the great things about a global financial crisis is that we get to double down on the skills we thought we could buy our way out of. Lesson learnt: always be open to acquiring a new skill 36912476_10155265410652131_3520088104117469184_n
Little Creations. Making tiny household pieces of art to give my lil bachelor apartment a bit of character. Sometimes, I really only make objects to fill up empty spaces. Could this be a bad habit? 36968054_10155267097802131_2177145559729569792_n
Beautiful Mess. I know y’all are probably getting sick of seeing pictures of my glorious wood shavings but…. I’m not 🤣😄. Glorious, yes, that’s the right word. There’s something about sweeping these shavings after a long day of woodworking, there’s something about this simple act of cleanliness which offers a romantic sense of- Completion 37125733_10155272456402131_556066748638429184_n
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