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  • Egg 6 done (carving) Time for a little Electric Etching

    Got the sixth egg done & the kids (mike & Nickie) wanted to electric etch a couple of tables for them. One was a heck of a find, at the curbside one day. Don't know what the wood is, light-colored, with the 1-1/2"± wide boards by 2'" thick boards glued together. With the leaf, it is about 3-1/2' x 8' long. Also did a coffee table that the neighbors (Orv & Christ ) didn't any longer and the kid took it. For some reason, the pictures of it didn't turn our but we're going out there for father's day & I will get them then.

    Anyway C&C more than welcome
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    . . .JoeB

  • #2
    Very thoughtful design and a lot of work. I like the result of this job. Does the etch follow the general grain directions?

    JP: Suppose you used sheets (1/4 or 1/2) of the heavy weight papers that water-color artists use. 140lb cold pressed, for example.
    There's no grain direction as there is in wood, but does that matter?
    Could the paper (cotton/linen/rag) etch like wood does? Add some watercolor paint in the design?

    I'm thinking of examples which might be framed for wall hangings.
    Brian T

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    • #3
      Oh, no fair. Something else for my old brain to try and get around. To answer your question, I have no Idea, but when I can get some paper, you can bet I'll try it out. Thanks for the butt kick.
      . . .JoeB

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      • #4
        Dang Joe, You look like the mad scientist at work. Those are some amazing designs you are ending up with.

        TTom
        If I took the time to fix all my mistakes, I wouldn,t have time to make new ones.

        www.spokanecarvers.com

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        • #5
          Impressive work, Joe and they look great. So many options for making those patterns on various objects it makes my head spin. Frames would be natural, furniture, lamps, etc. Certainly a nice augmentation for any woodworking...
          Bill
          Living among knives and fire.

          http://www.westernwoodartist.com

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          • #6
            Brian, got some pegged to order next week, thanks for the suggestion, we'll see how it works
            . . .JoeB

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            • #7
              Nice work JP. All you need now is Frankenstein to show up and your mad scientist impersonation would be complete.

              Tinwood

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              • #8
                What you mean, impersonation, well maybe, the kids were calling me La Antiguo Burnista
                . . .JoeB

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