The Art Crate Lockers
Over the past month my mind (and workshop) has fissured into a melting pot of tools, projects, class planning and plan ol’ creative fury. I have nothing to show for my troubles right now. I have recently completed a “house” style table – craftsman lines with painted accents – and I failed to take pictures of the build process. At work, students have created walnut-maple boxes, shipping crates, catapults, computer animations, floorplans and straight-edges from yard sticks.
Few, if any, pictures.
New planer, new jointer in the shop. You know the drill.
I do have pictures of my most recent workshop project. I was able to divert some rather large shipping crates from the landfill and convert them into storage space in my home shop. The build, somehow, took most of the day. I simple used a circ saw to cut out the doors and then cut 1x6s to length for the shelving. I really don’t know why it took so long, but it did.
Oh, yeah. Now I remember. Because I had to put a load of stuff into the shelves!