Here's a pretty crazy build: In advance of Halloween, Bob Clagett tackles Batman's helmet from Batman vs. Superman, right down to the glowing eyes:
Here Shannon Rogers of the Hand Tool School gives us a tour of his shop. For those of you used to power-tool-based shops, you'll find it completely, fascinatingly foreign:
Linn from Darbin Orvar shows you how to make leather traveler's notebooks, complete with storage pockets, as well as the modular paper page bundles that you can swap in and out:
Impressive! Laura Kampf creates a walnut and brass Bluetooth amplifier that you can connect a speaker and smartphone to. And she rigs it up so that it's powered by the battery from a cordless drill:
This Chris Salomone video does not go the way you think it's going to. I can say no more.
Ben Uyeda makes creating a concrete side table look easy-peasy:
Nick Ferry shows you how to build a cabinet with a TV lift mechanism inside of it. Watching Ferry's thoughtful planning, clean execution and superb workmanship, it's no surprise that he and Jay Bates are fast friends.
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Think there's the line between DIY guy and a professional when you don't reverse design the object (the helmet in this case) to its most basic forms first but instead try to use the final design as a starting point. Failure is the way to success I know I know...