The Best Woodworker /Maker
If you want to learn how to do something, we have the internet. Are you looking for
a new cookie receipt or how to fix that broken thing ? Or maybe it's
how to build that project you're excited to undertake, the internet is the go to vault of
Recently I was asked who I watch or follow in the woodworking / maker community,
and while I understand the question and the curiosity behind it I also think it creates
a king of the hill effect. You are basically stating that this person
is better then all, and I have always found this to be bothersome when I see articles or videos
about the top ten woodworkers or the best makers to watch or follow.
My honest answer to this question is I enjoy everyone,
and watch or follow as many people as I can. Especially in social media platforms like
YouTube where it has grown to be a huge melting pot of creation and ideas. If you
want to understand this just look up how to make a coffee table, there are literally
hundreds of videos with all different levels of craftsmanship and creativity and just when
you think it's over a new video comes out with an even greater idea. For me personally
I enjoy all video creators and content producers. I think it's the appreciation for the effort they
put in it, but also the creativity and craftsmanship they share with all of us that makes me appreciate
and enjoy everyone that contributes to this community.
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