Australian woodworker Brendan Stemp found an old fence post with decades of weather damage. After some prep work, he filled the wood gaps with resin and turned a beautiful pot on his lathe.
Not only is the final product really neat, but the video is quite relaxing. The only thing that's not relaxing is how badly damaged his pinkie finger is in some shots. As he explains, part of the video was shot immediately after a bandsaw accident. The rest was later in the year.
• Old Fence Post Pot (YouTube / Brendan Stemp)
From first sketches to first bass caught, watch Nate Marling create a fishing lure that looks and moves like a cricket.
The folks at FliteTest like to see of they can make all sorts of things airworthy, and they succeed in turning a Little Caesar’s box into a working airplane.
This short documentary visits Lite Brite Neon in New York to see how neon lights come to life, with a piece being made from start to finish.
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