The One That Didn't Get Away
Thanks to Ken, the sign that's going to my co-worker is finally ready to be delivered. For reasons unknown, it took six coats of poly before the wood stopped sucking it up like a drunk sucking up highballs I've had it happen with old wood, but this is new wood. I don't know, but it's at least done.
This was the second one I cut like this. The first one, I wasn't happy with how the lettering came out. I didn't want it smooth, I wanted texture, so I re-cut it and this is the end result. Had the other one not gotten gouged, it was going to have a chamfered edge, and put up for sale. With the idea Mike showed me, it still may. We'll see what I can do this weekend.
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