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, hosted by Keith and Holly Dodd. That's gone, but the 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. (Click it (and again) for a larger look if you want.)|
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