What's on your workbench right now?

Created by mrwizard on Nov. 29, 2018, 9:07 a.m.
  • My top-of-the-heap project right now is a set of Biblical figures for my mother-in-law's Sunday School classroom. Here they are in various stages of progress. What are the rest of you working on?

  • Well its currently on the floor but this is a rifle I modeled in Fusion 360 and am currently in the process of gluing it together and then finishing it.

  • Rivendell house for my granddaughter. Inspired by Adam's foamcore house :)

    Once i work out all the templates I'll make the real thing in mdf

  • That's the most intricate playhouse I have ever seen. Nice Job.

  • The cast of characters in primer. On to the painting.

  • And ready to go.

  • I don't think formatting is working for me, but I'm making a mash between a puzzle room and an arcade game.

    https://youtu.be/E8Xu3fgUkI0

  • Next up, a costume for Detroit Comic-Con. Skeletal hands, sword, scythe, and an hourglass to follow.

  • putting this together for my outdoor kitchen/deck area on my trailer im finishing up this week.

  • Working on the hands for my Death costume. The bits will be glued to the back of some work gloves after painting.

  • I'm making a bunch of HO-Scale dioramas for an upcoming market stall.

  • I'll add a few pics because I completely spaz out when trying to shoot as I go. As once mentioned by Mr. Pine in a thread not too long ago that it might be easier to post the documentary after the build is complete. For somebody like me, that is probably very good advice.

  • My cat.

  • Working from home means I get two more hours a day to spend on my own projects. I made some small milling hold-downs over the last couple of days. Tried two things I've never done before-bluing and knurling.

  • @mrwizard said:

    My top-of-the-heap project right now is a set of Biblical figures for my mother-in-law's Sunday School classroom. Here they are in various stages of progress. What are the rest of you working on?

    This is a unique artwork. I did not understand the subject matter of these sculptures. I work in the educational segment and I know that Bible study is a specific lesson. Students are willing to look for answers on such resources, but the Bible is not an authority for them. This is a challenge to atheists and scientists who do not believe. I think that this is not a tolerant attitude towards other people. It's my opinion

  • This is a school for religious people. I know several schools in Atlanta and Baltimore. These are special schools that use the financing of protestants. Students are not forbidden to use such Internet resources https://edubirdie.com/assignment-writing-service. This is a special endorsement by school principals. Students should not be isolated from society. Such figures are a symbol of enlightenment and wisdom.


  • Such schools contribute to the isolation of students. I disagree with you