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Give me the book, or else...
...I won't be given the book.
"Home is where the books are."
Greene and Greene imparted genuine class to the oft-times clunky Craftsman style. The book looks to be a good overview of their work.
I've always been meaning to start woodcarving but haven't yet found the right motivation. With these books, I guess I wouldn't have that excuse anymore.
There are only three reviews of this book on Amazon, but they give it five stars across the board.
There has been a proliferation in recent years (okay, decades) of people buying simple jigs and tools and such that they could easily make themselves. I hope (though I do not expect) that books such as these could help reverse that trend.
Free is a very good price.
There are a lot of YouTube tutorials for SketchUp, but most are very uneven and, of course, are not specific to the challenges of woodworking design.
It is interesting that this guide does not appear to be available from Amazon.
Being unemployed and two poor to buy new stock inspires creative uses of the contents one's scrap pile.
Too poor to buy the DVD, too, of course. ;)
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