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Old 01-06-2019, 09:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Well just as the title says my other hobby I recently started along with pen
turning is chip carving does anyone on here possibly do that on the side
i am kinda looking for some help with it thats my other things no picture
cause iam really bad at it right now

But thats my other hobby.
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I’m just getting started with carving so have no advice per se.
Have found a few resources:
New Carver Resources ::
https://forum.woodcarvingillustrated.com/
and, lumberjocks.com has some very talented chip carvers.
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I was into stained glass before the turning bug bit me after decades of being dormant. Little over a year ago, I was introduced to spoon carving...and am enjoying that along with turning.
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When not turning or running T. Shadow & Co. I enjoy Magic, shooting, and camping.
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My other hobbies are collecting coins, collecting vintage watches, singer/songwriter, golfing and riding my Harleys! I need cut down but I can never pick any to stop. Lol
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Do not do chip carving of any kind. I do woodworking and mainly scrollsaw work so if there is anything I can help with which probably is not, be willing to share.
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I might have picked up another one tonight called raspberry pi its for retro gaming modding
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Pen turning & metal detecting for old coins keeps me busy...
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I also have been doing chip carving for several years and when I started I found the following to be a excellent resource.

www.mychipcarving.com

Marty is a great teacher and he has many videos and materials available

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I have two hobbies:
1. Woodworking I try to make number 1
2. My honey-do list which usually overtakes my wood working.
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