To See Like A Woodworker A Forgotten Chamfer
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In the August 2017 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine, George Walker shares what it means to 'See Like a Designer.' The article tells the classic story of how his workshop students transition from casual consumers of objects and art to sentient observers of form and design.
It is a transition that I am familiar with - my upbringing in a machine shop that created custom automation equipment meant that very little in this mechanical world was left to mystery.Anything and everything can be broken down into sub-assemblies and individual parts.
The mantra 'one day at a time' can be applied to the most difficult projects - 'just one part at a time.' In developing my woodworking skills over the last several years, I have put on a new set of lenses that have become trained to detect species, joinery and finish.
Honestly, I simply cannot enjoy visiting a new brewery without sticking my head under the table to spot pocket holes or if there are planing tracks.Several weekends ago, I was second shooting a wedding with my wife who is a professional wedding photographer.
I had a few minutes to spare while the groomsmen finished getting ready, so I snooped around...