Scrap Wood Tray

Scrap Wood Tray

Sometimes a project is a result of an idle mind, sometimes it's to see if I can stretch a bunch of wood scraps. In the case of this tray it was to see what I could do with some leftover maple, some oak dowels, and some 2" pine stock.

Decorative Tray

Decorative Tray

Sometimes you need to build something useful and decorative just to see where you can take it. In this case I decided to make a stylized decorative tray for my own personal use. Normally I make trays for others so this time I took a few chances because I knew the end user well.

Packer's Table

Packer's Table

Sometimes when you look around at your scrap pile you find a few items that are leftover from old pieces of items you have torn apart or are the only good parts left from items that were too far gone to salvage. Sometimes with a little creative vision, something good can come from this.

Phone Speaker Box

Speaker Box

Sometimes you have a little scrap wood laying around, and you are looking for something to do with it. In this case it's going to go into a cell phone amplification box. Just drop the phone into the slot in the top and it will passively amplify the audio coming out of it.

Nightstand Project #2

Nightstand Project #2

This is a nightstand I created for my girlfriend. It was designed to replace an old outdated table she had, and to give her some additional storage in her room.

Suicide Squid

Suicide Squid

My latest design "Suicide Squid" is now available in a few of my store fronts including my Red Bubble Store, my Threadless Store, and my TeePublic Store front. Sometimes the idea for a parody idea is hard to hold back and you just have to run with it. Or at least I do.

Executive Sherpa - Zazzle

Executive Sherpa

My latest design over on my Zazzle store front "Executive Sherpa" is up and running, and available for purchase. Sometimes you need to let everyone know why you are the one carrying the luggage and all of the bags when you travel.

I am a Veteran and I’m Concerned

Navy Vet

 

When I was seventeen years old I enlisted in the military, in my case the branch I selected was the Navy. On the day that I enlisted, like many people who enlist, I did not necessarily understand the gravity of taking such a step; or the depth of making such a decision at an age when officially I could not even vote.

 

 "I, _____, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God."

 

These simple words, spoken by everyone who ever enlisted in the US Military, are the last words they ever say as they leave the civilian world. These simple words are the first step towards making a young man or woman a protector of the freedoms and the rights of all Americans.

Frankenstein with Wrench

Frankenstein with Wrench

My latest illustration "Frankenstein with Wrench" is now approved and available over on my iStock portfolio. This guy is another one of my illustrations done in my colorized pen and ink style, just in time for Halloween.

Pumpkin Head Grilling

Pumpkin Head Grilling

Recently added "Pumpkin Head Grilling" over in my iStock portfolio. Sometimes it's nice to see good old Pumpkin Head doing other things than just scaring little kids on Halloween.

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