Enredando No Garaxe: Wow. Those shells and the technique to make them are amazing.
mike peine: I will have to make these this winter . The ones at the end of the video
are wonderful ! Might be good as Ram Horns also . ?
Looks like Ash wood used ? theirs a lot of it going to waste with the
beetles eating the tress & no one allowed to transport the wood etc...
C Smith: Beautiful work,
Good video, thanks for showing how it's done.
PRETTYTASTYREVIEWS BLOG: Amazing!
I would be good at painting or finishing these as I mix paints and finishes
Would like to attempt woodwork one day...
Štír Karel Can - Am: Lidé jsou neuvěřitelně šikovní:)
Victor Agudelo: Fantástico este trabajo.
Saludos desde Colombia.
dmbadcat: Coolest thing I've seen lately, gave me a reason to go buy a scroll saw
JR Lenard: I can't think of the words to describe how gorgeous that those are.
Fester Blats: Since when is a band saw a scroll saw?
Yuval Mark: really beautiful! can you please put a link to the dremel head you are
Erik Anderson: Great shells Steve you are amazingly crazy talented.
StarkeyWoodwrights: Steve, bought the ebook and am almost done reading it.; great stuff.
I was wondering where did you get the padded disc sander attached in the
drill press that you show in the book? I could use one.
javelin1835: Very nice effect.
Memphis Applegate: Steve, do you have any ideal how unique and talented you are? I called you
a genius in a comment on another video, and that seemed appropriate since
genius always takes things to new levels.
Genius is not just IQ (but I know you are way up there), or education, or
knowledge, rather genius is defined by new insights; new breakthroughs in
If you respond to me personally, I will print out the response and frame
it. That is how important you are.
Steve Garrison will be in the history books, and I will have his YouTube
response framed and on my wall.
You are amazing.
Yigal Barkan: Wow. As a geologist, I'm impressed. Well done!
RowAshore: No sound son. Fail.........
pen mightygun: looks poisonous to me
Lars Jönlid: Great !!
livefromhollywood194: Never had any interest in wood working, always seemed so tedious, and
perhaps it is, but man, are those things beautiful. The craftsmanship
behind them makes them even more impressive.
No sound with the video though? Maybe a nice piano melody?
Lori Farrell: those are beautifully crafted !
javaman717: This is really fantastic stuff. Thanks for the video!
Richard Lopez: i got your book, thank you, question, how do you make the larger sea
shells, i can only cut diagonaly 4.5 inches on my bandsaw. what do you
sugest? for 6 inch wide wood. mind you im just an amatuer wood worker
Murray Lowe: Beautiful work Steve. Thank you for sharing your talent.
Brendan Chambers: Obvious fake. That shell is from a madagascar leopard snail. He just cut it
into pieces and ran the video in reverse. Very cruel.
Sapele Steve: Simply beautiful! Amazing creativity & ingenuity at work here. Will try
making one of these in the near future. Subscribed.....
adam wilkinson: need to work on your editing skills mate either voice over along with your
headings or put some nice background music in but there is only one thing
worse than a soundless tutorial and thats one which has instructions sped
up so you cant understand it
adretube: Great job Steve! i loved it!
UBWoodman: Check out this video on YouTube:
Ondino rojas: EXCELENTE TRABAJO FELICITACIONES
David Handley: Yep. You're one clever cookie....
Catarina Zidde: that's so beautiful!!
Emily Veronica: Amazingly beautiful work!
KE5WL: If you spend all that time sanding the wedge shapes smooth, why do you have
sand the surfaces of the arcs you cut out of them? Shouldn't the flat
surfaces be pretty much perfectly flat? I could maybe sanding the edges to
knock off any fuzz from your dull scroll saw blade.
Still looks great, Thanks for sharing your great works...
Ruby Cler: Unable to get sound while watching your video. Don't have a kindle. Any
other way I could get a copy of your book? My email address is
Joshua Sherman: That is truly awe inspiring! Thank you very much for sharing such an
amazing method!! What's crazy(and I say this knowing there's a lot of cut
film) is how simple the process is! I am definitely subscribed and look
forward to perusing your work!!
Akio Mabe: someone knows how expensive can be that shell?
GingerRootable: This looks plausible without the outlay of money for new tools. Really
CarlosGlatzos976: You are an artist ! Great ideal, looks very nice.
carlos cavalcante almeida: muito bom!
WV591: Now that requires
Invective: Those are absolutely beautiful. Improve your film quality a little bit (add
audio, get camera stands and better equipment) and you will start to get a
lot of well-earned views.
ALBERTO QUINTANA: Tan you for share your vídeos, I like to Watch it
Karen Swan: just watched this one today and had no sound ?
Wilson E. Stevens: Interesting, I have never thought of making a sea shell out of wood with a
scroll saw. I need to review this more and possibly make a couple. Still
don't understand the process completely, but am going to looking it a lot