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About me and my job


Greetings for everyone!

This is my first post on my WoodworkingWeb. I think it is a really great website what is full of wonderful and kindly people! First, please forgive me my english, I know it’s not perfect but I hope to understand, what I’m telling you. :)
My name is Andulino and I live in Budapest. I’m 25 years old. My proffesion is a carpenter but my main profile is marquetry made. But I really like to do drawing too and everything making that I need my hands. I have been making marquetry since 12 years. I make marquetry to order too, if you want to a beautiful picture you can look around in my Shop and please contact me. If you don’t registrated on Etsy, Here is a link what You can sell items for 40 free listing ;)
I finished the advertising :D Let’s talk about my work!

I bring to some picture for you, how can I make marquetry. I hope you can easier understand how goes the produce, step to step.
First I’ll show you how I cut the wood one by one with a little knife.

  • When I use it

I hope you enjoy my first (but not the last) short blog.
See you next post ;)
Have a wonderful day!

your work is really good nice


Thank you for sharing your work with us.Your work looks amazing.
I look forward to seeing more of your work

woodworking classes, custom furniture maker

You do some great work! Thanks for sharing and welcome to Woodworking Web!

Todd A. Clippinger Share the Love - Share the Knowledge

Very nice carving work. Welcome! My wife is from Debrecen and we were in Hungary in August this year. Such a beautiful country with beautiful people and beautiful food. Many fine craftsmen come from Hungary, that’s for sure. I hope to see more of your work.

Losing fingers since 1969


Toxins Out, Nature In - body/mind/spirit

One thing I love about marquetry work is that there are so many ways to do it and still maintain the quality whether it’s done with a knife, a fret saw, a scroll saw or a chevalet de marqueterie. Of course having artistic talents is also a great asset, and you seem to have plenty of that Andulino. I will be reading your posts with great interest.

Mike, an American living in Norway

I am truly amazed that you do all this with hand cutting! And how perfectly it matches! How do you achieve that without making a patch pad? Wonderful work!

Amor Vincit Omnia

and what is a “patch pad”?

Toxins Out, Nature In - body/mind/spirit