Intarsia from the Mackay Woodworker's Workshops in 2010

Tom Lynn has been running Intarsia workshops up at Mackay. Here are just a few of the intarsia his students have produced. And remember, many of his students are normally woodturners, so the quality of their finished work is especially impressive. Just joking, all you woodturners out there!

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More koalas than you can poke a stick at from the second Mackay intarsia workshop.Another class concentrated on different designs. Peter made an excellent koala despite problems with arthritis.Gloria's first attempt at a Kooka. Yellow is Leichhardt Pine, left side frame is Cypress Pine, right side of frame Blood in the Bark. Raintree - head aHelen has given her own spin to our popular Hello Cocky design.
A couple more koalas.For a woodturner Tom isn't a half bad intarsia maker.A couple of Tom the instructors, eagles.And this is the instructors own piece for the students to copy. Another good piece Tom.

If you've enjoyed these photos but think your own work is better, why not send me your images and I'll add them to a gallery.

Most of these photos were taken by woodworkers. The quality, as you will see, varies from "not too bad" to "not very good".

Taking good photos of your work is not rocket science and well worth the small amount of effort required. Your basic digital camera is fine if you get the lighting correct. Learn how with this "Taking Good Product Shots" article.

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