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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-08-2020, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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Wood is cherry. Size is 400x350x25mm. I was going to have this painted. But it looks good like it is stained.
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Looks great . No way I’d paint that!
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That looks really good.
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That, too, looks really nice, Dan!

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Very nice!
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looks great . No way i’d paint that!
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Looks great . No way I’d paint that!
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I like it but knowing me I might have used some colored stain in a couple spots.
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ditto!!!!
Rinse and repeat, why paint it as it looks great as is?
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Love that grain in the eagles head, don't think I paint that one, I'd make another one to paint.

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