Wednesday, December 22, 2010

First Post To New Blog

This is an example of a Noah's Ark that has been constructed from salvaged wood. The Ark's hull is crown molding from a newly constructed house. The hinges on the cabin roof are from an old leather belt. The animals are carved from salvaged Redwood decking boards. The paint on the Ark is from the "OPPS" shelf at Home Depot or Lowes.

This is another example of a hand made Noah's Ark. The wood in this Ark was salvaged from left over end cuts from library paneling, from a newly constructed house.
These Noah's Arks are but two that have been designed and constructed during the past year (2010). On this blog I will be sharing the steps that I go through, as I construct Noah's Arks, and carve the animals.
I will from time to time include interesting parts of the story of Noah and the great flood.

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