Beautifully handcrafted woodware
A new film from Artisan Media hope you like it
Fantastic! Congratulations on what you do, Robin, and also to the makers of this film.
Very nicely done. Captures your work very well. Congrats. PF
Beautiful film robin I could watch all day 🙂
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks folks I think they did a nice job. There are good vids on other craftsfolk on their website http://www.artisanco.com/
Excellent video. Excellent work.Two tries on the word verification.
What a beautiful film. I plan to share this with everyone I know.Captures the process and your joy of wood wonderfully well.
Great film. Inspiring!
Great to see you and hear you. Digesting my breakfast eaten off your wooden plate, as almost every day.;-)
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i'm pretty contrasted about the video…on one hand i'm absolutely awed by your work, the look of it and its feeling.on the other hand i keep thinking it doesn't make much sense and keep asking myself questions like "why isn't he using this, or that? it would make the work much easier".anyway, the video is a fascinating work.
Really enjoyed the video, love your story and your lifestyle, glad that you have taken up mantle of turning greenwood bowls…
Beautiful, Robin….. the work….. and the process.
An excellent video Robin, thanks for making it and sharing your craft. I now have an urge to build myself a pole lathe!! (and forge myself some hook tools!)
You are an inspiration for me. With everything that one does there are positives and negatives. I work in finance – creating something from nothing. Increasingly I find it leaves me feeling shallow and empty.. What you do is creating something real and useful. You do it by hand for the good of your fellow man. I wouldnlove.to do what you do but I am not brave enough. I hope that you are able to keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing your video.
An inspiring and beautifully crafted video. You are my spoon and bowl hero. 😉
I came close to crying watching this. Particularly when you described your kids understanding what you do. As you say, I find it hard to describe what I do. My son says I “fix people’s computers”. I’m a country boy stuck in a technological age and my mental and physical health are suffering for it.
Watching this has fed my desire to find a way out of it and get back to the country and a life of making.
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