haven't quite figured out how to do that yet, but am having fun thinking over the possibilities. In the meantime I have been learning a lot about metal as a
material and metalwork in general, and have been outfitting an area in the shop
with some nice metalworking equipment (always fun to get some more tools).
It was really great to find a little time these past couple of weeks to get back to some woodworking. These are some in process pictures of my latest piece. Its a little Sycamore and African Blackwood box, carved with an Escher-type pattern called a tessellation. His work has always appealed to me, and it seems to add a lot of interest, and to my eye at least, works well on these small pieces.