I am going to school to learn how to preserve buildings and during my classes I make all kinds of fun things. I thought I would share some of them. I have spent weeks on this and even shed blood, but now it is done! It is not perfect, but this is a hard piece to do considering I just started learning how to do stained glass. The panel is 14 inches by 14 and 1/4 inches. Behold! Here it is without the light. (I know, some of my solder joints are ugly.) Here it is without the lead came. And then the drawing that I used as a pattern. It is really dirty for all the use and abuse. I made this for my paints class. It is a sample board of historic paints like beer and milk paint and several dyes. I had this in metals class. This thing was HARD! I made this be heating the metal on a forge and bending it. Then I had to weld it all together. We had a conference at our school and stone masons from all over the world came had built this bridge. I help them. I was the grunt who looked for stones and gathered chips to put between the rocks. It took 4 days to build. I had to draw this for design class. It is nothing special, but my peach turned out funny..... Spoiler IT IS A FLAMING DUCK!!!!! Finally, this is the second stain glass panel I made in stained glass class. New projects! Here is my turning project for wood class. I had to find a textured surface, draw it, then make it out of clay. this was really fun. The surface is pitted sandstone. Next week the clay will be fired so it will be solid. This is the bracket I am making. I still need to add the trim to the top. I will update it later. Thanks for looking.