Victor Agudelo: Fantástico este trabajo.
Saludos desde Colombia.
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.
Enredando No Garaxe: Wow. Those shells and the technique to make them are amazing.
Erik Anderson: Great shells Steve you are amazingly crazy talented.
Lori Farrell: those are beautifully crafted !
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
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?
Murray Lowe: Beautiful work Steve. Thank you for sharing your talent.
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...
Akio Mabe: someone knows how expensive can be that shell?
SERGIO FABIAN Cardozo: Hola amigo muy buen trabajo, soy de Argentina, como puedo hacer para
adquirir su e-book , ya que estoy registrado en Amazon, com y no puedo
concretar la compra, gracias por tu tiempo y atencio, saludos cordiales ,
desde San Martin, Mendoza, Argentina......
CarlosGlatzos976: You are an artist ! Great ideal, looks very nice.
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!!
TRIPLESEVENSIX: Boss work. :)
GingerRootable: This looks plausible without the outlay of money for new tools. Really
ALBERTO QUINTANA: Tan you for share your vídeos, I like to Watch it
Millgate Brewery: SERIOUS!
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...
Kelly Wes Kirkconnell: Thank You! beautiful!
Karen Swan: just watched this one today and had no sound ?
wendy saurman: Really Nice. What type of scroll saw do you use?
Trace 23: Great job! Keep up the good work :-)
jim bettridge: You are an artist, pure and simple..subbed.
No Body: just purchased your e-book. i plan to try this very soon!
Monica Cristina: lindo
jaime Batista: Congratulations, a work of art
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
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
nasenbaer: This is way too cool to not sub!
Dog Rox: Wow that is a work of art good job I like it! :-)
Ar0maSatanica: Where can I buy this? I don't wanna make it, I wanna know if someone is
WV591: Now that requires
Roberto Yessica: Bravo maestro!!!
Thomas Klink: Absolutely AMAZING!!! You are a real craftsman.
Donald gray: Is it just me or is there no sound?
ian elley: Love it ! Will have a try as soon as I get a chance, thanks
Maxid1: So the block sanding is wax-on Stevesan?
Justin Migliorisi: Very nice.
monacoguitar: You must be passionate and patient. ;)
Steve Garrison: The microphone didn't record my voice very well, so I used text instead and
removed most of the sound.
express375: I did a speeded up video a little while back.It may have been because it
was classed as HD,but youtube had a tab,where you could slow it down,and it
was quite watchable,maybe the sound would work as well?
stephen culberson: Was skeptical of the 2x4 at first, but the strong grain really works to
your advantage. Great piece!
Steve Garrison: Thanks. On the shell I am making in the video, the end-grain is exposed on
the sides of the shell. Some of the others I have made have the end-grain
exposed only on the edge of the opening.
Luiz Antonio: Steve,muito lindo parabéns gostei muito vou tentar fazer uma para dar a
muinha esposa só gostaria de saber a grossura das madeiras.
Desde já muito obrigado você pode ficar sabendo que tens um fã de suas
obras aqui no Brasil.
Cg willie Willie: very very cool
I think id like to try this with tiger maple