Working on a project where i laser etched an image and then used shoe polish as a filler to darken the etching. was wondering if anyone has used this technique and then used a spray lacquer/poly to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Doc Holiday Jan 22, 2012.
Just wanted to get some other opinions-- Do you prefer to stain your project before or after you get it all together? Alot of my staining i use Minwax Polyshades. Some stains seem to be easier to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by David Dean Feb 12, 2011.
I have been asked to make a pool table light that flares out at the bottom for optimal light exposure. i will be using oak. the problem i am having is finding plans for the light. i know the…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by John Schaben Feb 8, 2011.
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I was once told by a very wise old man: "There are two catagories of men who do not and can not understand women! Bacholers and Husbands." After 45 years of marriage I will go on record and let you know that it doesn't get any better. Just love her and say Yes Dear more than no way. Larry D.
i do sell some stuff on the side. i have a contract with my base skills center (trophy shop). it all started with the delaware C-5 going away plaques and blew up from there. the wife hates how much time i am in the garage but loves the extra money it brings in. so damned if you do damned if you dont. alot of my stuff is pretty easy and just gotta toy with it a bit to get it down. good luck with your projects
John, First let me say Thank You for your service to this fine country. I would consider it an honor to become friends with you.
You have some Mad skills there mister. What beautiful work you turn out. Not to be trying to flatter you but you could build a very good & profitable business selling this wounderful work. I wish that I could turn out half of the quality that I see in your photos. Keep up the good work. Larry D. Eugene, OR