Resources

Blogs I Follow

  • Lost Art Press – The blog for a publisher of Traditional Woodworking Techniques. It is written by Christopher Schwarz, who fills it with pictures, quotes, wit, and always plenty of humor.
  • Peter Follansbee – A joiner that works in the authentic 17th century style always has an interesting project to share.
  • Chair Notes – Peter Galbert blogs about the many different Windsor Chairs that he builds.

Places Where I Buy Things

    • Tools for Working Wood – Seller of premium tools
    • Lie-Nielsen – A maker of Heirloom Quality Tools
    • Egli Farm Toys – Mark Egli sells farm toys and parts, he is only available by phone: 712-469-3949
    • Grand Brass Lamp Parts – It isn’t the fanciest website, but if you need lamp parts they have them.
    • Hollanders – A source for premium bookbinding supplies and decorative papers

Digital Design Inspiration and Tips

When looking for inspiration, tips, tricks, or just as a reminder at how little skill I have, I head over to these websites.

PS HeroPS Hero is a graphic designer that has dedicated thousands of hours to the creation of tutorials that carefully instruct readers in the creation of amazing images.

The Best Web GalleryA collection of the best website designs on the internet today.  Each one represents an interactive work of art.

PSD TutsPlusPSD.TutsPlus is a collection of some of the best Photoshop tutorials available today. Some of the content is free and other parts are available as a part of a site membership.

DribbbleDribbble is the twitter of Graphic Designers. Small screen shots of projects that amaze and astound.

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