Nobody Uses Wood Like This, and I Don't Know Why

Blacktail Studio +379
Blacktail Studio

Keeps didn’t get to me soon enough, but thanks to them for at least sponsoring this video! Go to keeps.com/blacktail for more info 👨‍🦲

Hace 11 meses
Nitin Kumar
Nitin Kumar

Did you see a baboon? I saw a cute looking deer.

Hace 3 días
ScotTjays360 S.Johnson
ScotTjays360 S.Johnson

A Goat, months later and didn't read any conments before mine. Rolling the dice here in Portland, OR.

Hace 5 días
Benton Youtube
Benton Youtube

I see a Sloth

Hace 6 días
Michael Duncan
Michael Duncan

A Regal Hornless Ram....Could be a Star Wars Character....!!!

Hace 10 días
Ron
Ron

I thought you were going to tell us what you saw by the end of the video. That's why I watched the whole thing.

Hace 12 días
sssadrain333 +701
sssadrain333

I really do like these “scrap” projects. For someone like me that doesn’t have a lot of money to practice, it helps because I practice with a lot of “throw away” pieces.

Hace 7 meses
Ken Russell +1
Ken Russell

I used to go to the city dump about once a month and gather up as much wood as my pickup would hold. Once I got there to find a huge pile of 1/4" plywood, all in pretty good shape, and took two loads home before the guy working there showed up as I was loading the third load, and told me that it was spoken for. Oh well. I had an old frame house, and used the plywood as a sub floor to re-floor the the kitchen and living room. Very seldom did I use new wood for my projects.

Hace un mes
Johnny James
Johnny James

@Valerie Smith I have a small table like that,, there's epoxy or plastic chunks embedded in the resin, its a good idea if your not a epoxy fountain of ever flowing resin aha

Hace un mes
Liam Blackburn +1
Liam Blackburn

Scraps have made me alot of money, I get alot of scrap from my neighbour as he just uses it for his burner, made and saved me thousands

Hace un mes
Brian Stover +2
Brian Stover

I made some of my most unique pieces out of scrap. Basically designing around the shape of what I have.

Hace un mes
Valerie Smith +2
Valerie Smith

Your table is so beautiful. I have seen some wood workers put fake crystals, turquoise, or other jewels into the cracks with epoxy.

Hace un mes
Samuel Sägesser +47
Samuel Sägesser

Small tip from a sheet metal fabricator: when you drill holes in those metal discs, run the drill much faster. For that drill at 17:32 you would want about 1000 rpm. Your cutting force and also the chips will be smaller, so less risk of the workpiece flying off, the drillbit breaking or overheating. You can easily find rpm charts online. Don't press too hard on the handle and lubricate. When you lubricate with something like acetone from a spray bottle, that will evaporate without stains by itself or with the help of compressed air.

Hace un mes
Monsignor +1
Monsignor

You really know your stuff bud

Hace 15 horas
Angelø 1400
Angelø 1400

i thnk its the camera

Hace 16 días
oxitron server +3
oxitron server

Love your work and I know nothing about woodworking. I find it amazing all the steps and various equipment you use to create these wonderful projects. I have complete respect for your mechanical skills...I'm so bad it takes me an hour just to change a light bulb..!

Hace 7 días
Michael Strom +7
Michael Strom

Antelope - the book matching is amazing. I totally want to do this myself. I just acquired a bunch of cedar that was planted by my great grandfather and harvested by my great uncle some 40 years ago. I never would have even thought about doing a kitchen in cedar, but I must admit that the grain is absolutely beautiful. Book matching might be a great way to do some of my door inserts.

Hace un mes
Georgi Ivanov +9
Georgi Ivanov

Amazing results of the table top, perfect symmetry. I love the design of the stand as well, it's very elegant and makes it look like it's holding the top effortlessly.

Hace 27 días
RobZan +310
RobZan

Looks like a Deer skull to me, actually probably my favorite table I have seen you build so far I love the finished product. Good job as always I feel like character pieces make for more entertaining videos as they sometimes stray from the “normal” process and thing get a little more interesting. Wouldn’t mind seeing more of these as well as more regular Table build projects on the channel.

Hace 6 meses
Samuel Howie +1
Samuel Howie

@Oline Wright When I was a kid we had one window in the kitchen that if you looked out it standing right in the middle of it you could see a buffalo head formed by an tree branch in an oak tree.

Hace un mes
Oline Wright +3
Oline Wright

@Samuel Howie my first thought was a buffalo

Hace un mes
Sboink The Leg Day
Sboink The Leg Day

I get でびでび でびる

Hace un mes
Pl4yingNight +3
Pl4yingNight

It kinda reminds me of a Tree-Spirit from the game "Kena: Bridge of Spirits"

Hace un mes
Evander +2
Evander

@Aimee M exactly

Hace 2 meses
Cindy Hart +36
Cindy Hart

First I saw a deer, finished I saw a sloth. I love watching you work. I’ve picked up a lot of great tips from you, specially using Osmo. I make Maple and Walnut wood watch boxes, using resin with live edge and mirrored pieces. Thanks Cam

Hace un mes
Agent X Gaming
Agent X Gaming

@S Deer aren't primates 😁

Hace 3 días
Sun Rise77
Sun Rise77

I saw a sloth in the end, too!

Hace 12 días
S
S

Deer are my favorite type of primate!

Hace 15 días
nesincg
nesincg

That's exactly the order for me

Hace 15 días
susanrobson62 +7
susanrobson62

I love watching your videos and I love how you take your time and explain what you're doing as you go along. For some reason, watching you cut, sand, and glaze your piece is very satisfying. For the image in the wood, I see a golden retriever myself. 😊

Hace 23 días
N H
N H

I love all these projects you do. They are so beautiful. Someday when I have a home, I’d like to have a piece from you :-))

Hace 2 días
jangar enkhbaatar +2
jangar enkhbaatar

I love the natural looking stand though I can see it breaking pretty easily. But hey what can I say, I am no woodworker just love watching your videos ever since it came into my recommendation list. Keep it up! I saw owl by the way.

Hace 17 días
Kathy P
Kathy P

This tabletop is stunning! I love how the imperfections make it a piece thy has character and a story. Reminds me of kintsugi where imperfections make it a better piece.

Hace 3 días
Phil McCrackin +3
Phil McCrackin

Baboon, also, love the table. I am a big fan of the 1/4” over the 3/4” round over. I am definitely going to give that a try on my next project.

Hace 17 días
Александра Лебедева +1
Александра Лебедева

I love watching your videos and I love how you take your time and explain what you're doing as you go along. For some reason, watching you cut, sand, and glaze your piece is very satisfying. For the image in the wood, I see a golden retriever myself. 😊

Hace 10 días
Cathy Baldry
Cathy Baldry

Love how the base looked like a tree. Very nicely done. I first thought of a lion, than a wolf.

Hace 6 días
03 Metal Works +72
03 Metal Works

As far as type of projects...more of this please. I'm all about stuff with character. Rustic, unique and flowing lines. Beautiful work, man.

Hace 2 meses
WisconsinCRHunter +1
WisconsinCRHunter

Gorgeous table top, it's like art. Great work, love your vids!

Hace 14 días
Joseph Cicirello
Joseph Cicirello

I have to say, for a scrap piece of wood, this project turned out extremely beautiful. You have a talent that most do not and you seemed to have enjoyed the project.

Hace 2 días
Pam Mariarossi +1
Pam Mariarossi

I absolutely LOVE this piece! I just discovered your channel and am fascinated by all of the tools you use. I really like the table edge, too. by the way, I saw Chewbacca! Pam M.

Hace 5 días
MossyFrog +3
MossyFrog

I love the character of scrap pieces. The holes and ruts are awesome. You did an amazing job on that table.

Hace 26 días
Supr2baboy +63
Supr2baboy

I really like your honesty and willingness to share your "lessons learned" with us. It shows us that you're not perfect, but you love learning and gaining experience. Thank you!

Hace 7 meses
Roland Cozzolino
Roland Cozzolino

looks like a bear to me when you spin your head upside down, or the painting "the scream" (sounds weird but I turned my head to the side). The bookmatch and bizare figuring is exactly the kind of thing done when we build guitars. Love your channel. As always, your work is outstanding and I love seeing the fine woodworking things you build. Such a pleasure.

Hace 2 días
Andrew Grant
Andrew Grant

Absolutely love these little videos. The variety of tooling and what works for each task really does give me a bunch of ideas for my next toys to buy!! The original mirrored slab reminds me of the mandrill monkeys I saw in San Diego zoo :D:D:D. Super long nose and the eyes in the corners.

Hace un mes
Matthew Bennett
Matthew Bennett

Love your work mate, It is absolutely stunning and fantastic. You should also look at doing old school medieval wooden doors.

Hace 14 días
Terry Noles
Terry Noles

I know I am watching this nearly a year late, and for that, I do apologize. I just found your channel...and so far, I love it! I love the table, and am also a HUGE fan of using materials that others would burn up. For the creature, At first, I saw a semblance of a deer, but after completion, I see either the Salt Vampire from the original Star Trek series (First season), or a Tusken Raider from Star Wars. Just my take. In any case, I look forward to seeing more of your artistic creations!

Hace 4 días
Hatter +42
Hatter

As much as I love the massive tables I really do like seeing these smaller projects where it seems you get to show more creativity in them, especially the power carving stuff.

Hace un mes
Zack Woodworking
Zack Woodworking

The wood is beautiful. The combination of the two colors of wood is beautiful as well. Absolutely beautiful woodwork!! One of the best designs I've ever seen.

Hace 6 días
Erik Lindgren
Erik Lindgren

It's inspiring to see what can be done with "junk" wood. A nice reminder that tools and material only get you so far. Creativity and craftsmanship are paramount. I originally saw a lion in the wood but the moment you put the finish on a saw a dog with it's eyes closed, long facial hair like a sheltie, and a Mohawk lol. I saw it 180° from the way you first showed the book matching.

Hace un mes
Jacob LeWelseam
Jacob LeWelseam

I deeply adore the rationality aswell as the overall explanatory nature of these videos. Bloody brilliant

Hace un mes
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio

Thanks Jacob!

Hace un mes
Tara Sawyer
Tara Sawyer

Beautiful work! Thought I saw hints of a bear at first, then about 3:15 and was convinced even more throughout that it was a Red Setter dog. Maybe just because of the tone of the wood but no matter what you see, I'll always see the Red Setter. Thanks for the video!

Hace 25 días
int +48
int

to answer your last question: yes! though somewhat repressive, youtube at its core is a creative platform. watching people like you break the molds of their industry norms is what i come here for- so keep experimenting! i personally love watching :)

Hace 4 meses
Rick Shell
Rick Shell

I saw a gorilla in the beginning. I’m new to your channel, being drawn to it because my son is a woodworker. You are incredible! I very much like the fact that you use character material because of the story it tells. Almost anyone can make something beautiful out of a beautiful piece of wood. It takes an artisan to build beauty out of firewood . Keep up the great work!

Hace 24 días
Nancy Davis +1
Nancy Davis

I love watching your videos and I have been able to get my fiancé and his brother to watch them. I personally LOVE the look of natural wood and I’ve had a hard time accepting that ppl like IKEA over elbow grease. Keep up the great work!

Hace un mes
V Virginia
V Virginia

Love this! I first saw a deer. Really enjoy the bookmatch and figuring as well as the base!

Hace un mes
joris255
joris255

Cool stuff! One question, how does the top age without an apron or any kind of support? does it bow with time?

Hace 12 días
Brian Brownworth
Brian Brownworth

Great piece! I really liked the raw edge look, but the round goes perfectly with the stand. Once you put the finish on I couldn’t not see a basset hound.

Hace un mes
Rimantė Čaplinskaitė
Rimantė Čaplinskaitė

Love this content, all of your content actually! Never stop, be yourself and just do what you enjoy 😊

Hace 16 días
Henry Clasing
Henry Clasing

I am an amateur worker on refinishing old tables, but I enjoy the care you take to produce your fine results.

Hace 2 días
Colm Duggan +1
Colm Duggan

A little late to the party with my answer and to your You Tube thread but It looks like a lemur. Nice finish and good use of difficult wood. Should be more of these produced. Great conversational piece. Keep up your great channel.

Hace un mes
dustin gabriel +67
dustin gabriel

Turned one way I see an elk, the other way I see a sloth. I love how the table part turned out and love your videos and you sharing your knowledge and how your not afraid to show mistakes as well. Keep it up!!

Hace 7 meses
Jamie The Krazy Kuntreee Scratcher
Jamie The Krazy Kuntreee Scratcher

That's pretty awesome, I couldn't see what you were going for to begin with, but I dig the retro feel to the base. Could you have made the top bigger and it still work with that base? Just curious, not an issue at all, just thinking out loud.

Hace un mes
Nikita Nopants
Nikita Nopants

I hadn't seen any of your videos before, but I love this one. It made me subscribe to your channel. The table came out beautifully too. More projects like this.

Hace 18 días
Lynn Harmon
Lynn Harmon

This is beautiful. Love the offset pedestal. It is more than just fine woodworking it is art. ( after finishing the camel's eyes are almost gone.)

Hace 20 días
Jennifer Massey
Jennifer Massey

This is my first time watching you. I work with resin and am trying to start adding some wood projects. I enjoyed watching this video and you do lovely work. Thank you!

Hace un mes
skellyngton +46
skellyngton

I see a Sloth! Really love little projects like this and I found the mount/base particularly nice - a work of art! I have only been a subscriber for a couple of weeks, but I am really enjoying your videos - you are a real craftsman.

Hace 3 meses
Marion Chase-Kleeves +2
Marion Chase-Kleeves

My youngest son was born in Silverton. LOVED Oregon. Moved to Paradise, CA in 98 and now in MI. WOULD like to see more live edge work. So much character is lost in the cuts and use of epoxy. But the market has its own demands...

Hace un mes
Marion Chase-Kleeves
Marion Chase-Kleeves

I lived in Vancouver WA in '93 and Salem until '98

Hace un mes
Lori Bardy +1
Lori Bardy

that is exactly what i saw

Hace un mes
wilson rawlin
wilson rawlin

On a serious note. Awesome design and this was a great build video. The table is amazing and beautiful. A nice one off piece of functional art. IMO I would've left the leg support a little bit thicker through the middle.

Hace 11 días
Karynne Williams
Karynne Williams

At first I saw a cat, then I saw Predator. It's a beautiful table, I love things that are very obviously handmade. No one is going to try and mass produce a table with an offset leg, bookmatched and with the thoughtful mounting disc. Keep up the good content.

Hace un mes
Lars Sveen
Lars Sveen

I love wood with character like that. It's awesome to not only make use of it, but make it a feature and really highlight the beauty of the imperfections.

Hace un mes
Kevin M
Kevin M

Fantastic … I prefer using/seeing theses characters pieces. There’s a uniqueness that can’t be duplicated, this makes it that much more treasured and sometimes hard to let go. First saw a lion and then a baboon in the end.

Hace un mes
David James +60
David James

What you need to remember with projects like this is that it isn't just about the finished result. For less experienced makers like me, this type of thing is a banquet of tiny lessons that can be reused for other things. It's never ever dull or of no interest. Thank you for taking the time to film, edit and share. 🇬🇧

Hace 4 meses
David James +1
David James

@Robert Oliver Good for you! 👍 It has all clearly enriched your life and the lives of others. I agree, I can't stress enough how beneficial and rewarding it is to make things; anything. I find similar rewards in repairing things. It's great that you weren't swayed from your path by someone unsupportive. I had the same experience. Now I'm with someone who is also creative and it's great. Good luck and good health. 👍 🇬🇧

Hace 3 meses
Robert Oliver +1
Robert Oliver

@David James I tye dye pretty much everything from shirts to table cloths ,suits,bed spreads, even coffee filters and cheese cloth spread out on a window where lots of light comes t through can be amazing. I take advantage of everything from acrylic and oil paints ,and spray paint and pens markers and even fruit to dye things and i make walking sticks and canes from wood i find at the lake and have made coat racks from old water logged trees and my daughter's old BF in middle school his parents moved to a new house and in the basement was 14 bins of Halloween decorations and masks and little extras. They in turn brought it all to me.They wasnt big on Halloween and i love it. 14 big totes was alot so i gave over half to the elementary school across from my house that my daughter had attended for there fall festival and such.I started playing around with masks and this is about the time the Walking Dead aired for the first time and it was like it was meant to be i stared making the masks I had into walkers and had some that resembled the cast then i also had a longtime girlfriend well best friend who later became more but she was a real artist. She had even won a contest that sent 2 people to study for a year in Italy. She yas a masters in art but as of now works part-time in a convenience store. Sadly drinking ended her passion for me and painting. It used to bother me that when she seen what i had been doing as anything bust art or even creative which i later realized was her problem. She could copy something and it looked great but to actually come up with ideas of what to paint and to be passionate about it had been lost to her. Im no serious artist but many love the stuff i come up with and whats most important is I do and ive ruined all kinds of stuff from not leaving it alone my daughter has become my go to as to when to stop. I just want anyone that has a passion and they see what others dont to know thats what i call a artist. They are creative and i almost let her shame me into giving it all up and Im happy i didnt and hope anyone ever in a similar situation doesnt get discouraged by craftsmen..Oh and I am writing a book as well and this will probably be a chapter.....lol sorry like i said im passionate about things and i have major ADHD...HAHHAHA

Hace 3 meses
Harold L Potts +1
Harold L Potts

@David James Another good point. I think every artist should have a trusted person present to snatch the work away to prevent it being spoiled by excessive tweaking. I'm given to understand that Leonardo never considered his ' Mona Lisa ' to be finished - a possible manifestation of the view that to ' finish ' a work is the same as killing it.

Hace 3 meses
David James +1
David James

@Harold L Potts As an artist myself (watercolour mostly) my only "yes but" to that is the tendency of artists to keep tweaking and tinkering. It's actually a skill (and discipline) to be able to say "Enough!" and walk away. But basically your differentiation is correct. 😊 🇬🇧

Hace 3 meses
Harold L Potts +2
Harold L Potts

David James - you make a perfectly valid and important point ! I would make the additional observation that there is a big difference between a craftsman's approach to building which is completely different from an artist's approach. I think we could make a general comment that craftsmen generally concern themselves with fine detail in their quest for perfection which can be seen as obsessive. Artists on the other hand are unconcerned with detail and perfection and strive only to create something expressive and individual, and are perfectly content to leave a whole slew af what the craftsman would call imperfections. In other words craftsman try to remove " character " while artists try to preserve it. I have found that craftsmen in general view artists as being sloppy and slipshod workers, and take it as an insult if they themselves are ever called artists.

Hace 3 meses
World Of Zip
World Of Zip

You know the base came out perfect but when you were first grinding it down, it looked really good rough and thicker. Either way works, great work as always

Hace 20 días
Donna Molski-Morales
Donna Molski-Morales

I think you saw a lemur I see a wolf thank you for sharing your art! I love watching and would absolutely love to see more scrap projects

Hace un mes
James Taylor
James Taylor

I really like the tabletop, love the different colors and designs.

Hace 18 días
Raymond Figlewski
Raymond Figlewski

Gorilla? Awesome piece! Would love to see more like it. Adds another level not knowing what it will look like cut in half.

Hace 3 días
Joint Venture with God and me.
Joint Venture with God and me.

Beautiful work. Thoroughly enjoyed viewing this. Thank you 😊

Hace 18 días
Eduardo Soto
Eduardo Soto

Just found your channel and i just wanted to say i had no idea woodcraft could be turned into pieces of art this beautiful. Thank you for introducing me into this worl i didnt know existed

Hace un mes
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio

Thanks so much

Hace un mes
Daskard
Daskard

Projects like this seem to be a good chance to show different techniques for things like the table top's edge profile throughout various projects. Not a huge fan of tables, which have curved edges on the top, btw. Things WILL tip off the table ^^

Hace 5 días
Rich Headd
Rich Headd

Me personally will always live finished stained natural wood but theres some beautiful painted pieces out there too. I just redone my hutch from just regular old school wood finish to a red with black smoke finish almost like a rustic patina look with red and black. My uncle is just blown away it definitely needed to be sanded and refinished again and he just seen it and is amazed

Hace un mes
Stephanie Nicholson +60
Stephanie Nicholson

Looks like a Stag head- with antlers! Love that you saved that wood piece, it turned out beautifully! Your woodworking skills on projects of all shapes and sizes are impressive. Ive never seen such a unique table base.

Hace 4 meses
Jack O'Neill +2
Jack O'Neill

@Polski Tytan Gaming what about the beard...definitely Big Foot

Hace 4 meses
Mommy's Little Boy +3
Mommy's Little Boy

looks like "(-w-)" lmao

Hace 4 meses
Polski Tytan Gaming +2
Polski Tytan Gaming

Furthermore... it looks like a stag head with antlers whose line work was done with antlers. Nuts.

Hace 4 meses
bob m +1
bob m

spot on

Hace 4 meses
Jackie Childs +3
Jackie Childs

An executive at Jagermeister is missing a 1 of a kind furniture piece. I cant believe stag wasn't repeated over and over. 👍

Hace 4 meses
Patti Spero
Patti Spero

I think the top looked like a giraffe…maybe a moose. Loved this project. The look of the base wasn’t so much for me but I loved the process and totally get why you went with that shape. The whole thing was so innovative and incredible use of material that may have otherwise not been used. Love everything about your channel. Please keep doing what you’re doing!

Hace 24 días
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio

Thanks patti!

Hace 24 días
Booboo Snafu
Booboo Snafu

I ADORE projects like this. Being an artist, I've found mistakes and imperfections draw us to be me more creative than we would normally be. Imperfection is a beauty. I love watching the dedication to drawing out the beauty you see, for everyone else to see. And when watching woodworking videos....I wait for that moment the oil, or estapol goes on - its so satisfying. And I saw a fox till the finish went on. Not a primate, but I read the comments and loved tjat everyone saw something different. And THAT, is a beauty within itself🤗

Hace un mes
Elaine Kobek
Elaine Kobek

It’s a bonobo! I love watching every thing you create. I think maybe even the more inventive and creative the better.

Hace 20 días
P J Rupe
P J Rupe

Looked like a Drill, (Mandrillus leucophaeus) to me. It has been close to a year since you posted this video. I love it. At first I thought it resembled a sheep/ram, but then you mentioned primate and the weight. It fits the Drill. I am playing catch-up here, as I have more time on my hands now.

Hace 3 días
Robert Vaillancourt +22
Robert Vaillancourt

What a great job ! Everything from the spoken text to the table making process including the finish. Filming is well done. The image in the table definitely looks like an animal. Some type of Cat to be precise.

Hace un mes
Bertrand du Plessis
Bertrand du Plessis

I just love watching a craftsman like you at work. It inspires me to do the same because I want to for a very long time. I have recently bought some woodworking tools and due to a change in work I will have time to start in a month or two. As for the image in the table, I caught a glimpse of a Super Sayan 😁. Thank you for your amazing content and inspiration. Greetings from the Netherlands.

Hace 20 días
Northwest Sawyer
Northwest Sawyer

Goby bought some walnut logs from a construction project a friend was working on. Yesterday I milled some of what they left behind and it's probably the most amazing book matched stuff i've done. Your videos are a great help to those of us getting started. I took your advice and bought my first Festool. The 125 sander and dust extractor. Thanks for these videos! Making quality videos can triple the time it takes build the project. Keep it up!

Hace 8 días
Gekko Powerclean Air Duct Cleaning
Gekko Powerclean Air Duct Cleaning

Just watched you for the first time and love your sense of humor dude. (and oh yeah your woodworking techniques and projects. Will be watching more...

Hace 11 días
matthew gardiner
matthew gardiner

Think your valved base thing is truly inspiring g I live in an emmaus charity in England and we've just been given a grant to go bigger with our woodwork currently doing chopping boards about to go into tables and you have been giving me and my workmate loads off great tips in your videos I have an uncle Wilson lockhead in kircubright who does similar to you but he uses a lot of driftwood bogwood and 1 day I hope to be as good as him keep up the great work

Hace 14 días
Ryan Amy +19
Ryan Amy

Gorgeous bookmatched walnut table here - and while not my preferred style of table, it's always fun to watch others create something beautiful. I loved the Rorschach test here - I see a 3-toed tree-sloth in the grains @ 16:56 - it could be a 'sleepy' tree sloth - or maybe a highly-caffeinated tree-sloth. Who can tell when you move so slow that moss grows in your coat. Anyways - awesome channel - love that you are local and I would absolutely volunteer help in your shop for trade in experience. I sincerely mean that - hit me back if you need a fellow bald-guy to back you up and lend a hand in your shop! ...Ryno

Hace 4 meses
Paul Franklin +2
Paul Franklin

Great sloth!

Hace 4 meses
Lisa Anderson
Lisa Anderson

love, Love, LOVE ❤ this project! Thanks for sharing your gift with us! I'm a first timer and newly subscribed today!

Hace 4 horas
Jerry Frugoli
Jerry Frugoli

I just learned about your videos today. I really like the table you built amazing work, beautiful choice of material. I especially liked that it was a throwaway original material. I saw a gibbon, primate monkey like creature… I love that you put this little game in it to determine what you saw what I saw etc. sounds great I love it you got a great sense of humor. Thanks for making a Videos and thanks for sharing.

Hace 29 días
Steven Mcdonald
Steven Mcdonald

I really like the top. It's small so I don't think the lamp looking bottom or height is right. I think that would make a great top for a small night stand or side table. Looks like a Japanese depiction of a fox to me. It's really cool. Keep up the amazing work!

Hace un mes
EH Rashkae
EH Rashkae

I just stumbled across this video and content; I love the table, I did not see a primate in the wood at first, but after you put the finish on it I could see it come out. Brilliant job! I am interested in the disk cutting tools you used to carve the base of the table, and would love the opportunity to speak with you, at length about an idea I had some time back about a large-scale woodworking/steel/iron project I had once considered undertaking. You seem to truly love and have a passion for what you do. I don’t believe anyone can do anything well without passion…!

Hace 17 días
Chase Davidson +22
Chase Davidson

It’s a mew (showing my 90s childhood). I’m a new father and I love watching your videos during the middle of the night feeds. I wish I had half the skill you have so I could do this for a living. Question for you, at some point does woodworking become more of a tedious job like the rest of us poor saps who have on our 9-5 or is it always exciting like my hobby woodworking is now?

Hace 11 meses
TheBigbob15 +2
TheBigbob15

@Blacktail Studio I didn’t know you were a pilot!!! I work for Pratt & Whitney and I’m trying to get my pilots license now! Very cool man. Super impressed

Hace 9 meses
Blacktail Studio +13
Blacktail Studio

When I was a pilot, that got boring. This is still pretty fun though. I think it’s more working for myself though. Than the woodworking part

Hace 11 meses
Dave S
Dave S

Dude scrap projects are in my opinion some of the best. It allows someone to create something one of a kind. Great work and the table looks great.

Hace 2 días
Jared Rypka-Hauer
Jared Rypka-Hauer

I saw a cat, of the Japanese Neko variety. And man… I love your offcut/character pieces. I loved the bigger table you made for your dining room too! At least I think that’s where it ended up. It was a huge slab of walnut, IIRC…

Hace 6 días
Nathan Brackeen
Nathan Brackeen

bloodhound (Duke from Beverly Hillbillies). I did enjoy the character table build and I liked the edging you chose. I heard you say that you saw a primate image, but I first saw a cat then as you finished the table, the bloodhound was more prominent to me. I appreciate your talent and enjoy your commentary.

Hace un mes
Rick Aquino
Rick Aquino

Awesome table and excellent craftsmanship as with all your projects I've seen. I see a hippos face but you said you saw a primate so I'm gonna say you saw a chimpanzee. I subscribed because you do high quality work and you not afraid to show us you mistakes.

Hace 22 horas
Michael Kittler-Morich +31
Michael Kittler-Morich

This man has got priorities, "Be careful you could hurt yourself or even worse the domino". I respect that so much as a person who loves using my hands and making things rather than buying them!!! Love the content man and I can't believe I haven't found you sooner definitely earned that subscription!!!

Hace 6 meses
Bella H +1
Bella H

This man feels about his tools the way I feel about my instruments - which makes sense since they’re both our ways of living and our tools for art

Hace 5 meses
Andy Clark
Andy Clark

Gibbon, wonderful video, you are very talented. I prefer more of a symmetrical project but the book match was an excellent idea and I like the jigs that you develop for your shop.

Hace 21 un día

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