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This video shows the making of a small wood carving knife. Here are some other videos that show similar projects involving woodworking tools. Making a woodcarving knife without power tools: https://youtu.be/0r0WL26PaFs Making a carpenter's marking knife: https://youtu.be/C5BSr2Lx8qY More at: Web site: http://www.waltersorrellsblades.com Instagram: walterstactix Twitter: @WalterSorrells Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WalterSorrellsBlades Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/WalterSorrells
Ecco la mia cover di Starboy dei The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk. Con questo pezzo abbiamo fatto un piccolo esperimento visto che di solito i miei arrangiamenti sono quasi sempre acustici :) Le “bad words” del testo le ho cantate ugualmente però sono state silenziate! Mi raccomando, se vi piace mettete un pollice in su e scrivetemi nei commenti qualche suggerimento per le prossime cover!! :) Grazie Feli per il video :) Iscrivetevi al mio canale: https://goo.gl/aGrWHe FOLLOW ME HERE Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/michelegrandi... Instagram: http://instagram.com/michele_grandinetti Twitter: http://twitter.com/@grandinetti_m Snapchat: grandinetti_m Telegram: http://telegram.me/michelegrandinetti Listen to my music and follow me on Spotify https://goo.gl/hkgybC Iscrivetevi al canale di Feli...
Warmoth now offers Stratocaster® and Telecaster® replacement necks in Brazilian Ebony (not to be confused with Brazilian Rosewood). Brazilian Ebony is a wood rarely imported in the West, that has many characteristics in common with traditional African Ebony. Learn more about this wood here: http://www.warmoth.com/Guitar/Necks/NeckWoods.aspx#BrazEb See all the Brazilian Ebony guitar necks in stock now here: http://www.warmoth.com/Pages/ClassicShowcase.aspx?Body=1&Path=Spotlight&nWood=64&?mobile=no
Residing in a fully restored brick factory from the early 1920's our team at Carved work hard to make custom one of a kind real wood phone cases just for you. Check out our new home and meet some of the team members who make your cases. Hit us up in the comments, like and please subscribe for lots more great content in the future. Head on over to Carved.com to find the case or accessory that's just right for you.
In this 4 part blog, we bring you a timeless American story of a 2nd grade educated mechanical and mathematical genius in the world's master carver, Ernest "Mooney" Warther (1885-1973). Mooney was renown for his walnut, ebony and ivory train carvings.
The Makonde tribe, an African tribe, was regarded as the cradle of woodcarving in East Africa. They live in Tanzania, Mozambique and have a small presence in Kenya. Makonde people are famous for their fanciful woodcrafts, embodying their spiritual beliefs and family life. Let's take a look of the video! International Wood Culture Society (IWCS) IWCS: http://www.iwcs.com/ Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/InternationalWoodCultureSociety Wood Culture Tour: http://www.woodculturetour.org/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WoodCultureTour World Wood Day: http://www.worldwoodday.org/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/worldwoodday
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If you follow my channel you know i mainly make knives but recently i have been making wooden pipes. my pipe styles vary but this is an example of one of my more simple classical wooden pipes. this pipe is a two piece copper lined wooden pipe and the materials used consist of hard walnut wood, copper, ebony, and goat horn. my pipes are much different than average wooden pipes as i add my own wood carving techniques which give it a more unique look and feel. i am selling these pipes and if you would like to purchase one just message my youtube channel or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org thank you