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Made from Ash and 10" Diameter the blue is done with Jo Sonja paints using just a finger tip to give the effect you see here.
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Very nice work Derek.
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cool...
very cool...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Wow the blue looks like some kind of inlay . youve got some great skills Derek

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That's just gorgeous, Derek. Simple and elegant.
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Very nice Derek. I also thought it looks like inlay.
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Great technique and color balance...nice
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Thank you all.
At one time I did not believe that the natural colour of wood should not be coloured or painted, but as I have found that sometimes a little colour goes a long way and have even completely painted something if the grain is very plain
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Thank you all.
At one time I did not believe that the natural colour of wood should not be coloured or painted, but as I have found that sometimes a little colour goes a long way and have even completely painted something if the grain is very plain
I try to avoid stain and paint and let the wood speak for itself but this would be an exception to that rule.
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Excellent work. Your approach to coloring the top edge is a great lesson as well.

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