Master Toymaker Ken Martin of Fuzzy Duck Creations builds the Pro-Builder NATO Tank Carrier wood toy truck, tank and trailer in his Santa Maria, California wood toy shop.
Watch the video featuring Mexican Toymaker Ricardo Cardenas as he builds the New Orleans Garden District Doll House with all the charm of Old Mexico Folk Art.
Using mostly toy plans from ToymakingpPlans.com, Ken and Susie Martin of FuzzyDuckCreations have launched a successful wood toy business. FuzzyDuckCreations provides high quality and finely designed wood toys. Choose from a great selection of natural, child safe wood toys that kids love and parents trust.
Master Toymaker Imants Udris "Udie" and his son Byran demonstrate how to how to make logs into planks with a chain saw using the homemade "Udie Chain Saw Jig for Variable Width Planks".
Cynthia Lewman of ToymakingPlans.com shows you how to make an inexpensive, child-safe, non-toxic wood toy miracle finish. The finish is very popular with wood toymakers all around the world!
Watch Goran Stojanovic build the Mega Big-Rig Wrecker Truck with a fully functional Racheted Crank and Boom.
Watch and learn from Master Toymaker Imants Udris "Udie" as he shows us how to use sanding drums for smarter toymaking. He takes us step-by-step through using these super sanding tools with an easy to build jig that insures perfect toymaking edge sanding every time.
Watch and learn from Master Toymaker Ken Martin & his wife Susie as they share their tips on how to make a craft show booth folks will love. Ken & Susie share their experience and insider tips on booth preparation and successful selling techniques.
Watch the video featuring Master Toymaker Imants Udris (Udie) as he builds the Freaky Ford Coupe in 3 different woods. Udie guides us through the steps of making multiple parts with a router using MDF, Pine and Cedar. Then, Udie shares his tips and techniques for finishing each wood type using paint and varnishes.
Imants Udris "Udie" shares his tips on multiples of specific toys. You can save a lot of time and reduce the repetition of some steps and processes by creating templates you can use with a router. Even if you've never used a router bit or are not familiar with routers you'll want to read this article. This may be a tool to add to your woodshop!