I started this blog to share what I do. My hope being that in some way it would encourage others to get out into the shop and make things themselves. I have basic tools and try to use materials that are accessible to everyone. I’m just an average guy with average skills, if I can do it, so can you.
Anyway, the point of my blog is to encourage and, dare I say, inspire others to make things and it thrills me to no end when that actually happens. So I’ve created a page upon which I will post project photos that readers send in to me.
I started the ball rolling with the owl that David G. recently completed and submission number two comes from Doug F. This past summer I designed and built my Hillbilly Hobby Tansu and I received an Instagram notice from Doug that he was building a version of his own. So I contacted him the other day and asked if I could share photos of his version here on my blog. He graciously agreed and sent me a couple of photos. I think he did a fantastic job and the spalted drawer fronts are awesome!
If you have completed a project that was either inspired by one of mine or was simply influenced by something from my blog and would like to share it, email me a photo or two and I will do just that.
You’re expanding 🙂
Not sure if it is an expansion. Just trying to celebrate the efforts of others. The more people making the better off we are. 🙂
No time soon You’ll have a section “Readers Questions” and “My Lost Art Press Booklet”!
Hopefully before You and I get senile! LOL
Its a very nice privilege to see your blog growth journey! Its a healthy one!
You should pay some royalty to the manager of the house. After all She is kind of responsible for some of the content of the blog! 🙂
Carry on Greg, Carry one!!!!!