This page was originally set up as an intro for a knotwork show-and tell-hosted by Keith and Holly Dodd, at the 2005/St. Louis installment of the Live and Learn Conference. The event is long gone, but this page remains, and I have and will add more things Keith's done, and maybe Holly too!
|Keith carving in the garage, with an Xacto knife and little chisels||...and the unfinished carving you couldn't see at left.|
|Keith (Gunwaldt, when he's dressed that way!) holding the finished box, which is a gift and will be gone soon.|
Dragon heads for Viking a-frame. The eyes are knots in the wood. Front and back details are shown. Click to enlarge (and you can click there for further enlargement).
|Here's some of Holly's knotwork, just done for fun, some of it unfinished. This is one of the first times she did any, when she was 11. (and one slightly-later knotwork-related scribble that's very cool)|
Other stuff, not by Keith or Holly:|
Bradley W. Schenck made that animated knot, and the one by the title of this page. I don't know him, but I found his very cool website here and it's part of a larger site, http://www.webomator.com/bws
and this one on computer generated knotwork, which has mathematical and programming details some might enjoy (and links to other things too): http://www.stevenabbott.co.uk/Knots/knots.html
from Andrew Birrell's page