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post #1 of 7 Old 04-05-2011, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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Hello fellow woodworking chums! (From the UK)

Sorry, had to play up to British Stereotype in title :D. Anyway, im 18 from the UK (Hampshire) and im an Art Student, my area of studying being 3D Design. Recently i decided i wanted to create a bench/outdoor seating from reclaimed timber, that has quite an organic form, using steam bending. So im very fresh to woodworking, having only started 2 weeks ago. I look forward to being able to post pictures of my work in progress and getting tips and feedback. -Tullen.
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Again it's good to see another guy my age looking to make some dust! Can't wait to get to know you better, and see your work!

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Welcome cant wait to see some pics of the steam bending. I have been woodworking for some time now, 15 years or so, and I have never tried such an ambitous project. Good for you

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