You gotta love the sped up sounds of him working...
This man also built a foot powered lathe, still without using a power tools.
This is John Merritt, he’s now 64 and has been carving wood for more than 50 years. Just take a look at what he’s been doing all his life, this is simply incredible and so fascinating to watch.
I’m always amazed at how mesmerizing such videos can be. Great skills and nice video editing
What a close call! The crew was here to cover a previous mud slide when this huge one happened.
It has taken sculpture Ian Brennan, who is from Warsash, England, 17 years and 5,000 hours to sculpt this amazing model of the HMS Victory out of a single piece of timber. It features 200 ft. of rope, a number of flags, 37 sails, and 104 guns. For his effort, Brennan received a piece of timber from the real ship. The sculpture is truly amazing.
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The author of this 8-bit wood art is working in a videogame industry and decided to pay homage to his favorite video games through this homemade wooden pixel art.
His boss even let him to display his art on the walls of their company.
What you're about to see may look like just a bunch of uninteresting ordinary items that don’t deserve any attention. But in reality, these are the sculptures that were hand craved from one block of wood and hand painted!
The Morgan Motor Company located in Britain doesn’t change in a changing world. Not only it is still independent, but it also makes each car by hand. A base model is about $44,000, but some cars cost up to $300,000. And people wait for over a year to get their exclusive hand-built cars with the shell made out of metal and much of the vehicle made out of wood. Working on the wood interior, workers use metal shears to individually shape a hood because each car has to be different. Every year Morgan produces about 600 cars. The company will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2011. It has a long interesting history, because it is still run by the same family: the Morgans. Founded by Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan known as “HFS”, it was then ran by his son Peter, and now it is run by Charles, the son of Peter Morgan.