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Feb 23, 2019 20:36 |  #3106

I could be guilty on the deer thing...


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Feb 23, 2019 20:49 |  #3107

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From another "wood guy" I was eyeing that Maple off. It actually took my attention before the knives. Imagine you'd understand that.
I've always loved the grain and the colours of maple, but never used it.

Any photos widened out a bit? More of the table?

I do Richard… I will try and find something


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Feb 23, 2019 21:23 |  #3108

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FB kicked the file size way down in MSGR but this is a straight off. I will et some bigger files and re-post

Nothing done for this so for portrait work this is a great starting point


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umphotography, you mentioned in your previous post that you were shooting in studio... Is the window light 'real', or is this strobe? I ask because if this is strobe, any details you have would be very appreciated. I'm building a studio with 'fake' window light (strobes) and could use any feedback possible, before I start cutting designs.

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Feb 24, 2019 01:25 |  #3109

avondale87 wrote in post #18817380 (external link)
From another "wood guy" I was eyeing that Maple off. It actually took my attention before the knives. Imagine you'd understand that.
I've always loved the grain and the colours of maple, but never used it.

Any photos widened out a bit? More of the table?

This place seems to be full of retired wood guys,I retired last October after 40 years as a cabinet maker,I used mainly reclaimed pine and a little Oak,guess that's what makes us solid and dependable,lol.


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Feb 24, 2019 01:42 |  #3110

I was looking to order the RRS L bracket, it looks like it will work ok with the rear lcd. What do you all think? http://www.reallyright​stuff.com/Canon-EOS-R-Order (external link)


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Feb 24, 2019 02:09 |  #3111

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oh dear.. here we go again (sorry couldnt resist :D)

puting the joke aside, i dont mind lol they are all great and fun




  
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Feb 24, 2019 02:37 |  #3112

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oh dear.. here we go again (sorry couldnt resist :D)

puting the joke aside, i dont mind lol they are all great and fun

Post um if ya got um is my motto. And I do…. :p


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Feb 24, 2019 03:11 |  #3113

avondale87 wrote in post #18817380 (external link)
From another "wood guy" I was eyeing that Maple off. It actually took my attention before the knives. Imagine you'd understand that.
I've always loved the grain and the colours of maple, but never used it.

Any photos widened out a bit? More of the table?

Richard… when I started finishing the table I did a little video to send to my wife of the figure in the maple. Now its not great and the colour moves around with florescent lights to natural
but it was not meant as a real video. I finished this one completely natural and just letting the sun and the light darken and mellow it as it ages.
So if you care to look that not so great video is up on youtube… https://youtu.be/AFZZP​xYgZq0 (external link)


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Feb 24, 2019 03:13 |  #3114

crofter wrote in post #18817492 (external link)
This place seems to be full of retired wood guys,I retired last October after 40 years as a cabinet maker,I used mainly reclaimed pine and a little Oak,guess that's what makes us solid and dependable,lol.

I was a serious cabinet and box maker for many years, but went back to my outdoor vocation - surveying.
But wood is in the pores of my skin and I just love the sound of a plane running across fine timber and the smell of some of our precious timbers - King Billy and Pencil Pine, Huon Pine, even Eucalypt has an aroma to it.
The silky gloss one gets from well finished raw timber....

I'd best quieten down again...  :p

I had looked for a 'furniture', 'woodworkers' etc thread, but only the odd one dotted about in the distant past.



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Feb 24, 2019 03:19 |  #3115

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This place seems to be full of retired wood guys,I retired last October after 40 years as a cabinet maker,I used mainly reclaimed pine and a little Oak,guess that's what makes us solid and dependable,lol.

The real question is ……. Do you guys have any Deer or Squirrel pics ?? ... :p


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Feb 24, 2019 03:23 |  #3116

Pondrader wrote in post #18817537 (external link)
Richard… when I started finishing the table I did a little video to send to my wife of the figure in the maple. Now its not great and the colour moves around with florescent lights to natural
but it was not meant as a real video. I finished this one completely natural and just letting the sun and the light darken and mellow it as it ages.
So if you care to look that not so great video is up on youtube… https://youtu.be/AFZZP​xYgZq0 (external link)

Thanks Jeff very much appreciated.
how touching - a video for your wife.

That is amazing timber you chose.
The lustre in that fiddle-back (as we'd call it) is sumptuous.
I love the way you have chosen and arranged the boards (planks?) across the top.

Love the thickness, looks right. Whilst some make thin tops and it works, I do like to see heavier tops in large dining or boardroom type tables.
I like seeing timber in its natural state too.
Some fare better than others. I gather (think) Maple does well there?

I see you have some dovetailed inset underneath. Is that a feature, a structural insert?

Really beautiful.

An heirloom piece to be proud of.

Oh! And I haven't an R :-(



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Feb 24, 2019 03:31 |  #3117

avondale87 wrote in post #18817543 (external link)
Thanks Jeff very much appreciated.
how touching - a video for your wife.

That is amazing timber you chose.
The lustre in that fiddle-back (as we'd call it) is sumptuous.
I love the way you have chosen and arranged the boards (planks?) across the top.

Love the thickness, looks right. Whilst some make thin tops and it works, I do like to see heavier tops in large dining or boardroom type tables.
I like seeing timber in its natural state too.
Some fare better than others. I gather (think) Maple does well there?

I see you have some dovetailed inset underneath. Is that a feature, a structural insert?

Really beautiful.

An heirloom piece to be proud of.

its kind of a back to your roots mortis and tenon heavy table. Yes the rail on top of the leg is dove tailed into the top so it can move with age and humidity.
I did no fancy machining at all to it. Once built I could no longer get it off the bench. I wear gloves working because Graves disease changes your skin so it can tear more easily.

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Feb 24, 2019 03:35 |  #3118

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The real question is ……. Do you guys have any Deer or Squirrel pics ?? ... :p

Just some of these,Deer a bit thin on the ground hereabouts.


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Feb 24, 2019 03:38 |  #3119

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Just some of these,Deer a bit thin on the ground hereabouts.

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Feb 24, 2019 03:39 |  #3120

Thanks, again
Get's better by the minute (video):-)
Very impressive.
That joinery looks first class

I'd say congratulations for making such a fine piece.



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