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Box Elder, sorry my pic didn't come out so well but thought i would share them any way. HF is 1/8 thick and about 6in by 7in finish with sealer and Beall buffing system.





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post #2 of 7 Old 11-15-2009, 01:32 PM
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Looks like a very nice piece. It would help if you shoot the normal view from a lower angle so we can see the form of the piece better. It looks like you might have done a good job on the form but you really can't tell from that angle.
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Nice piece Jeff.

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post #4 of 7 Old 11-15-2009, 06:26 PM
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Nice piece Jeff,
box elder? Where's your autograph on the bottom? Looks like a good place for it between the rings.
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graceful and well turned.

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Nice Jeff, but I agree with Mike you gotta sign that badboy! What did you use for a background for your picture? I have been trying to learn a little about taking better pictures and have been trying to come up with cost effective backgrounds.

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I bought a neutral gray back ground roll 54" from eBay and made a photo tent. I am going to do what Mike does with the wood burner. I have a Razertip burnner i bought a few years ago and ever use it.

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