Category: Woodworking

A Special Magic Wand for the IBM President

I don’t know about you, but every single day when I wake up, I thank God for my health. I still have enough eyesight and the stamina to do what needs to get done in life. I am also grateful for the amount of work that keeps me occupied and.

Puppetry Series: Painting and Stringing a Marionette

This is the second post in my puppetry series. See the first post “Building a Marionette Controller” to follow from start to finish. PART 2: Painting and Stringing a “Magical” Marionette … By now the controllers are built and ready. The next step is to make a marionette to go.

Building a Marionette – Making a Marionette Controller

Keeping a strict schedule and routine is what kept me sane while taking care of Norm in the last five years he suffered dementia. My caretaking duties fine tuned my time-management skills. The drawback is that things can get boring with the same type of work all the time. Along.

Okito’s Tools

I have always said, you can tell a lot about a person by the things they hang on their wall. In our office we have this framed picture of Okito and his tools: It is a portrait of Okito with a letter that he wrote to Norm along with various.

A Chair Fit of a King

Many of you know that I am also a woodworker that likes to create custom wood products. This post was originally shared on my woodworking site: iWorkWithWood.com. However, since it was commissioned to be made as a special gift for one of the most popular magicians and Society of American.