Wow your doing some nice work there Barb . (Btw ,no one likes good girls , do they ? )
Looking good Barb. But you might want to not use any more Disney characters. Some years back a day care in Florida had an artist paint Disney characters on the wall. Innocent enough, right? After all they weren't going to sell them or anything. But the Disney corp somehow got wind of it, and got a court order to have the pictures painted over, which did happen. The day care then contacted the Warner corp and asked if the could use their characters. And Warner told them to go ahead, there will be no charge to do it - big business, selling the right to use copyright items. Disney has really changed since Walt died, and not for the better. So, potentially you could get some trouble if you continue using them without permission. I don't know if they would charge you for using them or not, but thinking the probably would. But it won't cost more than a phone call, or e-mail, to ask and they might say it is OK.Here's a few of the signs I cut over the weekend (21st and 22nd)x
Jon:Well done as always. I would appreciate further details on the holder for eyeglasses.
Steve has some great patterns and he provides them free of charge with no use constraints. I contacted him to make sure I could use a couple for a CNC demo I did at one of the local Rockler stores and he welcomed the idea of using them for the demo.Jon:
I can't take credit for creating the pattern, but I've made a couple of these; one for me, and one for the grandson, in hopes of him keeping his glasses in one place at night. Here's where I got the pattern from:
type in glasses in the search bar, and it should pop up for you. I've gotten a lot of patterns from this site, and after going there to see if I could find this pattern, I see I need to revisit and see the latest that he's come up with. Looks like he's been busy.
Here's a picture of the first one I made a couple years ago.
:lol: too funny! Yeah, I know. We can't start insulating and putting up the walls until my co-worker verifies Ken did the electric right. He's supposed to come out this weekend to get measurements, and I'm gonna see if he'll inspect Ken's work to make sure it meet codes and requirements. I don't see a problem, but better to be safe than sorry. Too much money sitting out there now.Signs are looking good Barb. Need to get that electrical done so you can insulate before Rick does.:grin:
Thanks. I like that one, too. Gonna do a couple more, I think for the craft show. Have some ideas I'll hopefully have to show at the end of the weekend for the craft show, too. Have to get some patterns designed this morning and go to the FedEx Office to print them out today.You are on a roll, Barb, doing good too.Ding Dong, LMAO, that is hilarious! I am glad to hear you are running the electrical under ground instead of overhead. It is a pain,and more expensive, but worth it in the long run. Are you using direct burial wire or in a plastic conduit? Sometimes conduit gives you options for future wiring, like cable or phone or security. just an empty conduit will work too for future too. I like your signs ,for free hand they sure are nice. I think you got something going there, and something you enjoy too makes it a bonus. You are going to get a lot of enjoyment out of the new shop building.