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    Maybe try running a google image search based on whatever you like. The nifty size option lets you choose the extra large or large option which would work well for a desktop wallpaper.

    Here's a nice big burl pic:

    http://www.mcallisternets.com/images...maple_burl.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Blanchard View Post
    Thanks Bill, although I am aware that this can be done, I was hoping to get a bit more....shall we say "refined".......image.

    Glen, I'll send you a picture of my shop...it will make your's look refined! Jim.
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    How about this montage to my hero?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Abele View Post
    How about this montage to my hero?

    Be well,

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    Don that is so cool. My wife is going to get a real kick out of that when she sees it as my wallpaper.
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    I have the studley tool cabinet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Voorhees View Post
    Don that is so cool. My wife is going to get a real kick out of that when she sees it as my wallpaper.
    Fred, I made it for the wallpaper for the computer I have out in the shop. The first time my wife saw it, she just shook her head. My son (3 y/o) calls it the yankee shop 'puter.

    Be well,

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    Last edited by Don Abele; 02-28-2008 at 11:10 PM. Reason: typo

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    What about a nice Wayne Anderson plane or others in that stratosphere?

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    Heres one.

    Its the minimalist approac to a kitchen. Quite inspiring to do more.kitchen.jpg

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    Glen,

    Check out this link. The Manufacturers and Builders Newspaper from the late 1800's has some very nice drawings of antique tools, machines and more.

    http://cdl.library.cornell.edu/moa/moa_browse.html

    In 2004 I made a SawMIll Creek calendar with pictures from this site. Make sure you select the high-res pictures.
    Last edited by Keith Outten; 02-29-2008 at 5:42 AM.

  10. great link..

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Outten View Post
    Glen,

    Check out this link. The Manufacturers and Builders Newspaper from the late 1800's has some very nice drawings of antique tools, machines and more.

    http://cdl.library.cornell.edu/moa/moa_browse.html

    In 2004 I made a SawMIll Creek calendar with pictures from this site. Make sure you select the high-res pictures.

    Keith, great link... i went to Cornell and totally forgot about all the old periodicals, etc they have online!

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