With the world essentially on hold amid the Coronavirus pandemic, spare time is piling up. Some use this time to read, catch up on television, exercise, or embrace their creative side. Those at the Woodworking Art YouTube channel were crafting amazing items from lumber before the pandemic, but have since taken an automotive flare.
In this latest video, they carve a semi-operational 2020 Toyota Landcruiser. The process is surprisingly, very similar to how real vehicles are built. It starts with assembling the subframe from the beefiest pieces of wood. Following completion of the subframe, intricate details are added on top of one another.
The first detailed piece to be carved out is the front fascia. We’re amazed at the bravado the craftsman possesses with a wealth of different woodworking tools. Some of the smaller details are whittled away by hand while heavier work is done using a router. The front fascia of the car slowly takes shape as a