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Love your work, Marshall! It’s a beautiful thing to see a master craftsman work
Even with only manual tools, he makes this look so easy. I feel like an incredible amount of practice must have gone into the work. Nice to see techniques like this still being used and it's crazy to think this is how it was done for the longest of times.
Completely awe inspiring! My 98-year-old father was trained as a cabinet maker using some of these tools. I have my grand father’s broad axe. The ‘simpler’ the tool, the more skill you need.
This is truly incredible. What a craftsman, keep this tradition alive I love to see it
Wow! Why isn't this a million view video?
As a hand tool woodworker I'm just in awe watching you work, just fantastic
Thanks for making the time to create this video! Your dedication to the craft is obvious and appreciated. Thanks for the raw audio of the bangs, scrapes, and thuds as opposed to playing generic rock music - I loved hearing the sounds of your shop! Cheers!
I am an amateur woodworker and gradually building a portfolio with the intention of making a side-job of it. Your craft is seriously impressive and I am in awe of your skills with an axe. I learned a few things for my own craft just by watching this one video. Subscribed!
This was absolutely fantastic to watch, I can see that this is much more than work for you!!
This video is great!
Fantastic skills, lovely carftsmanship!
Of all the tools, the draw knife is my favorite to use. beautiful work sir.
Awesome seeing traditional tools and methods being used to create these
Absolutely wonderful man! I hope to see some new videos from you soon!
Amazing work. My grandmother told me that her father was a barrel maker from father to son, and in his old age, when he could no longer see, he said that he could make a barrel just by chopping wood with an ax and touching the wood with his hand. I still have some of his tools at home, tools made by hand by the blacksmith.
Absolutely fantastic work. You can really see the quality, because after all, the oak boards were cured and shaped by Josiah's cousin Joshua, who was a cooper and not a hooper.
Excellent. I love watching stuff like this. Reminds me of watching The New Yankee Workshop and The Woodwright's Shop with my dad when I was a kid.
I'm not familiar with wood working, but I didn't know they use car break pads to svrape the rim of a barrel. Very innovative.
Beautiful craftsmanship and great specialist tools.
I really enjoyed this video. The process is interesting and the tools are awesome!