Enredando No Garaxe: Wow. Those shells and the technique to make them are amazing.
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.
Offshoreorganbuilder: Never seen anything like this before! Thanks for the upload.
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.
mick walker: This is amazing, how many different designs do you show how to make in your
Nam Le H.: Cool Great minds think alike. I made similar pieces a few years back. I cut
it entirely on bandsaw though . Take a look.
Ty Cetto: Beautiful work!
But you need a better camera with anti-shake! I got the dizzy spell
watching your video!
OO: Thats just stupid to waste all that time and work,
you people should all buy 3D printers and stop wasting your spare time!
The risks involved by working with these dangerous machines is simply too
You people have become too old and you don´t have the skills anymore to use
these machines properly.
Just act responsible and save mother nature by not using wood.
Plastics are a much better alternative as wood and is saves nature by not
having to paint the object as it comes in all colors and material
So this may be hard for all you folks but just realize that were in the
21st century now and 3D printing is the only way to go!
oldman719: Nice project. I was looking for a project. I notice you rotate your stock
in a clockwise direction while cutting on the scroll saw. I rotate counter
clockwise. Is there a right or wrong way.
wendy saurman: Really Nice. What type of scroll saw do you use?
Terry Baldridge: I don't have a device to use an e-book.
Is it possible to purchase a PDF version of the book?
Newtons L: Any chance of some audio so we can follow what's exactly happening?
brian n: Wow just came from the website! When you put that high gloss coating on
the shells they look like polished stone absolutely incredible, great job
Douglas Hill: Steve this is great. Being a beginner woodworker I want to do this. Where
can I find a hard copy book with instructions. I do not have a Kindle.
Julio Cesar Montaño Montenegro: I want to make one snail which one is the way for that?, let me know what I
can do. if you sell some book please where I have to find/.
Julio C. Montaño M.
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
nasenbaer: This is way too cool to not sub!
Dog Rox: Wow that is a work of art good job I like it! :-)
marty drummond: that looks awesome Steve, great work
Terry Vance: Very nice. Some audio would make it even better. Explaining what's going
Mark Thompson: Pure talent!
paul schuetz: that's one of the coolest things I've seen on youtube thank you for sharing
MrDorf007: VERY impressive. Thanks for posting your video. Do you sell these ?
Ludwig Nyman: I don't have a bandsaw. :<
Paul Weis: Nautilus. One of my favourites! Nice work Steve.
oaksho: A word in your shell like steve, That was amazing thank you so much for
showing this. I bet very few people would have guessed how it was done,
truely amazing :-)
Thomas Klink: Absolutely AMAZING!!! You are a real craftsman.
Paul Jacobs: Truly creative and a testimony to the manual skills that advanced mankind.
It is a shame that today people do not practise these skills.
Cg willie Willie: very very cool
I think id like to try this with tiger maple
Paulo Marin: Being a tool manufacturer I understand the intricacies of turning wood and
what it takes to create a gallery quality piece... Steve Garrison is a
genius. I personally own one of Steve;s shell and it sits on a prominent
place at my house. I am proud of having one.. You should check Steve's
website and purchase the tutorial. Steve is a very creative artist... Paulo
Marin-Glaser Hitec Engineering
Richard Donkin: I have no words to say except,brilliant
Ian Clarke: Incredible !
Keith Brierley: Great Steve, I got the E-book as well. you explain it so well. many thanks
StarkeyWoodwrights: Now you've done it...something else for me to have to try. :)
Beautiful artistic woodworking. Thanks for sharing.
jkaguiar: Definitely, I'll try do this! Thanks! Beautiful job!
ScrollsawVideo: One of the few things that I not tried on a scrollsaw. I plan to make one
with Canary wood. Thanks for the vid.
Massimo Morroni: GREAT! thank you! ;)
stefantwotimes: there are no words for what you've done, only wow
odzmaker: Awesome concept . I Made one today using only the band saw and 1/8 blade,
don't own a scroll saw yet. hope to make one of the "Nautilus" skinny ones
Fatih Duran: i was looking at candle stoves. how the heck did i come here?
James Powell: Very Nice Work Steve
darin doherty: Really nice. Very unique also...
mauricio eysner: Me encanto
Allan Loose: Magnificent
Luis Rivas: Without excellent words
Gaviano Fernando: Bravissimo
cinqiz memmedli: super
joeserb1111: My mind has been blown!!!! Holy crap that's awesome!!!!!!