@Defolos Thanks! I actually have a couple old books on primitive bows that I used as a base reference, but a lot of the nuts and bolts information came from reading a few build-alongs on the web. They're scattered about. There are a couple on instructables and youtube, but the most helpful one for me was on a site called poorfolkbows.com. Unfortunately that site is down now, so you'll need to use the Wayback Machine on archive.org to see it.
Wheee! New episode! We’re talking #nodevember in this episode! Jonas and Luca explain what Nodevember is, how it started, and how you can be a part of it yourself. These two are great fun to listen to… and while you listen, you can make your own burst of node-y goodness.
Fun thing happened yesterday! I got to be a guest on FLOSS Weekly to talk about using open source tools to do creative things (and a bit about my Open Source Creative Podcast). Go give it a listen (or a watch, if video is your thing)!
An image of barely contained excitement when my comfort box for #bcon20 showed up.
Today I learned that I can use my reMarkable tablet as a pressure sensitive drawing tablet for my computer. Badass!
Because @thaj requested it during the last LinuxLUGcast, here are a couple work in progress shots of my latest project: a board bow! I've gotten it roughed and I'm starting to put on a fiberglass backing. Once that's dry, I should be able to start tillering.
Make. Break. Play. Share.
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