Love the tongue and cheek humor. I used to blow dust next to the house less than a thousand meters away. A few things to remember Everyone in the comment is an 8th degree Theta Lamp woodworker. No matter how clever you think of an idea, someone’s cousin to you this shit is going to […]
Love the tongue and cheek humor. I used to blow dust next to the house less than a thousand meters away.
A few things to remember
Everyone in the comment is an 8th degree Theta Lamp woodworker.
No matter how clever you think of an idea, someone’s cousin to you this shit is going to kick you ‘death’ from years ago. only better. This is a great counter. The lights looked funny, any more images? Maybe you should try getting light tubes that even out the lighting so it doesn’t look like a bunch of spots under the counter.According to many who deal with epoxy resin and wood, motifs from nature are an attempt and the goal is moving forward. In terms of your choice, this kitchen is not a possible choice, rather than a classic choice and without a lot of effort. . And these lights just confirmed the simplicity.
To buy this but that’s just my opinion. With such a beautiful piece, you can do something much more natural and somewhat reminiscent of beauty…For some reason, I finally sand up to 7 or 8 thousand. I love sanding and 300 to 7000 you feel good and look an improvement. Your work exceeds mine, keep us looking over your shoulder is the only way I’ll find out.this is a very beautiful thing, it reminded me of beaten plates with an old texture, maybe it was nice as a surface, not as a base/sole. , is it coated with clear epoxy and flattened with glossy polish or paint under epoxy? just a thought.
For those interested, the trick in modeling this wood is called the “fiddle ridge” for obvious cultivation. There comes a day when the agenda will grow, as in the world on the main map of a large branch. The wonderful 3D effect in fiddleback and similar effects on woods is also called “chatoyance”, which is used in the same veining stone masonry and stone term.
I love the figure of this desk! Years ago, an antique publicity display with a stock of tiger maple in a shop. (I was checking my husband’s business side – reaching for wood!) Woodwork, how can you create the inside of the stock! It was amazing.
This table is extraordinary! Thank you!