Who doesn't love flying monkeys? I used my scroll saw to create this artwork and a bunch of tools, including the scroll saw, to make the frame. This is a logo for a YouTube consulting business I'm starting called: Wizard of Haas Productions.
How to paint the planet Arrakis from the book: Dune with spray paint... and make a picture frame... and cut glass for the frame... and apply a vinyl-cut sticker of House Atreides. I love using different mediums in my DIY art, in this case, paint and vinyl.
I love art deco and the movie: The Shining! That's why I got excited when I found a pair of awesome coasters at Blobfest, a Sci-Fi street fair in Phoenixville, PA, with the iconic rug pattern of the Overlook Hotel featured in the movie. These were too cool to simply...
I won some collectible Star Trek cards at a Dave & Buster's coin-pusher game recently and built a shadow box display case! It has a mirrored logo on the back so you can peek through and see the back sides of the cards. I just love it!
I took a tig welding class! This was my first experience with welding. For practice, I wrote my last name on a piece of steel. This is how I mounted it to display this artwork.
See how I made this '80s-style artwork with 3D letters! I mostly used my scroll saw. I love typography and the technology behind atomic timekeeping. Caesium's frequency (or Hertz) is exactly 9,192,631,770 (aka 1 second). Pretty awesome, huh?
I recreated Queen's: Bohemian Rhapsody album for MakersRock.
I show you how to build a microphone stand using scrap wood. This was created to hold my friend's Heil PR-40 microphone. I like how this cheap (and good looking) stand will be used with the best mic on the planet. It's a great and simple DIY project. Step-by-step...
I painted my DeWalt 788 Scroll Saw because it just wasn't screaming rock-n-roll. Now, it does! You can too. I show you how. I recently serviced it. While it was in pieces it seemed like an ideal time to make it look like Eddie Van Halen's guitar.
Extend the life of your saw and fix problems! It's not that hard and you can do it! Yes, you! This guide shows you everything you need to know! Detailed step-by-step instructions are on Instructables:...