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Denni_87

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the attention to detail is excellent...

and it is rich in character/warmth...

 

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Thank you @Stick486

As you know, I am not a pro. It took me more than a week to complete this. For me, details are really important. I don't do bigger items like tables and chairs. But I have started a new project to do a custom chair. I am already on it. As soon as I complete, I'll post the picture here. This is my first try on bigger items...

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yur welcome..

you did that in a week.. WHEW!!

oh boy!!! more pictures...

now if you'll post larger pictures..

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1 minute ago, Denni_87 said:

Nop, not in a week... Took more than a week...

 

8 days???

 

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here...

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you never did mention your materials and finishes used..

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I used Mahogany and White oak. As for the finishes just the same as every other... coats of wax, shellac, varnish, etc.... 

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Great work . I would have guessed curly maple, but where do you find curly white oak. By the way Stick you take lousy pics.:lol:

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That is spectacular Dennis! Beautiful wood, contrast and finish.

As others already noted, fantastic attention to detail.

Can't wait to see more of your work!

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3 hours ago, Gerald said:

By the way Stick you take lousy pics.

 

I try...

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Excellent, for a "beginner". Really nice work, my friend.

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