This reproduction of a Shaker hanging cabinet was he cover project for the first issue of Woodworking Magazine. The project was built by editor Christopher Schwarz, and this model was created by Louis Bois. More information and back issues are available on the magazine web site.
A woodworking beach chair. Each component is a seperate entity so that is can be manipulated and measured individually.
This reproduction of a rare Gustav Stickley table was featured in the December 2007 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine. Model was created, and the table was built by senior editor Robert W. Lang.
This Shaker dining room tray is adapted from Ejner Handbergs book Shop Drawings for Shaker Furniture and Woodenware, vol. 1 (Berkshire House). It was a feature article in issue 5 of Woodworking Magazine and constructed by editor Christopher Schwarz.
This clamp storage cart was featured in the October 2007 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine.
This reproduction of a Shaker Trestle table was the cover project for issue 6 of Woodworking Magazine. This model was created by Louis Bois, and was built by editor Christopher Schwarz.
This Arts and Crafts style mirror was built by senior editor Glen Huey as the cover project for issue 7 of Woodworking Magazine. SketchUp model by illustrator Louis Bois.
This is a woodworking model for a tv cabinet, each entity is a seperate component so that it can be manipulated and measured individually.
This is a model of the Roubo workbench built by Christopher Schwarz as the cover project for issue 4 of Woodworking Magazine. SketchUp model by illustrator Louis Bois. More information and back issues available from the magazine website.
Nearly all geese, including goslings, are lifelike unless they are being made ready for the pot but this gray-goose is lifelike in that her head moves out from and back toward her body when she is drawn over the floor by a string.