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Discussion in 'Show off your homemades!' started by Saderath, Dec 11, 2013.
My three latest creations, all natural Olivewood forks
Hope you like them
indeed i do...
i always like olive wood, very dense and hard to carve tho
So elegant all three of them ! but my champioon is the first one. Its the one from your tutorial right ?
Those are beautiful!
Beautiful work as usual Saderath. My favorite is the chalice at the top. Great work, I've been using your work as an inspiration on my naturals. I have a long way to go though.
very nice work!
watching them is like touching pale skin in moonlight..
- stop! -
I need to control my mind!- This is wood!
not beachforks in the mood! (again..)
I need to suppress human replicatory associations while
staring at those WOODEN SLINGSHOTS!
thanks a lot for posting,
best regards to greece!
Beautiful slingshots! My favorite is also that first one.
Thank you all for your great comments.
JohnKrakatoa - The second one is actually the one from my tutorial.
Withak - It is my honor that my work inspires you my friend.
BeMahoney - They are Magic wooden slingshots! Haha
Art Work!!! As always...
I love the first one and yeah, olive wood is awesome.
They all look nice, simple elegance. I usually try to overdo a sling in some aspect, I will take this as a lesson that you don't have to make a slingshot fancy to make it cool.
What a nice wood and most important, those nice slingshots.
The first is a stunner, the waist at handle is (sorry to say) very sexy…
The last one reminds me on the one you send me, different wood, but same shape.
I hope they find a new home very soon !
Lovely naturals, as a few other people have said the word 'elegant' describes them perfectly!
I clicked the topic and when the first picture came up, I said, "Yeeaahh! That's the Stuff!"
YEAH SADERATH! They are like three hot sisters! Beautiful work!
You are from Greece, you make slingshots from olivewood... I truly expect nothing less than art from you.
My mother married an Irishman, but Helena (my mother) is 100% Greek- as is the rest of my maternal family. I grew up eating lamb and baklava, learning how to count and converse in Greek with my maternal grandparents... and having an appreciation for the powers found in the olive.
However, this power isn't one she shared with me. I've worked with olivewood in furniture inlaying before, but not for a slingshot- and you have done with it exactly what I would expect from a Greek- extreme depth of simplicity. This is art I can truly appreciate- thank you for your work and for sharing the talents you have brought to the world.
Wow! Thank you guys! Your words are most appreciated and inspiring!
Your naturals are among the finest at any price, my friend! Your work inspires me to chase perfection, I may never get there but the chase is just as important.
Yo Saderath, do you like elvish weaponry? For some reason your stuff has that vibe to me...very clean and flowing with an earthy, natural feel. What I'd give to have one, it's like what I wanna do but you do it nicer...
HAHAAAAA, you hit the nail on the head man! Damn...it's okay, we're all thinking it. Don't quite know how or why but there you go.
I am a big fan of all mythical/magic weapons!
I like the vibe you get, Elvish slingshots!