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Member postings for medims

Here is a list of all the postings medims has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: First true carving
22/01/2012 17:33:29
hello Derek you doing good with carwing. now i would recomend you to try it on softwood.to feel the true pleasure of woodcarwing. you were wright about tool they are newer too sharp. good bit my congratulations.
Thread: Ash cabinet
14/12/2011 13:39:00
HI Big Al i agree with all . the unit looks nice and tidy . and most important it looks usefull an spaceous.
Thread: rustic stool
12/12/2011 16:16:51
thanks to you Ron and Davis . But a work of art is when you create something.its not much creativity in this bench. its made by drawing ,the pyrography bit was found in google serch. celtic ornaments. the only thing was created its a seat shape.
the present dimensions of bench is w 430 d240 h250.
But i hawe to say that it looks lowely ,something worth to make. and good egzamination of skills.
11/12/2011 19:41:02
hello Julian thank you for yo comnts. The top is made of a single board.
Thread: sculpted pen
11/12/2011 00:14:02
i guess it feels good to write with it. What is the material you used,is it some kind of stone replacement?
Thread: rustic stool
11/12/2011 00:08:31
thank you Dennis and Derek. the artwork (if its woodburning) took me 4 to 5 hours. if its the whole thing it took 3 evenings. now im thinking of makeing a normal size bench. should look nice, and i woud have more space for pyro work.
thanks to Derek for the links thats where the idear came from.
10/12/2011 21:10:19
desided to show my last project. wanted to have somethig oiled so i could wach when ill need to reoill, or when i can add soome wax to make it shine even more.
Thread: woodworking plans
28/11/2011 23:01:29
hi derk , my weakness would be furniture plans . chairs ,desks, tables, and others. especialy those old english style ones. it requiered time and acuracy to make something like that, i think it would be a good challenge to me, thank you for bein so friendly,
prishiate that.
22/11/2011 21:51:56
Oh thats very generous Derek. Thank you . Today I will stay awake til 3am checking these links.
22/11/2011 20:28:12
hello all. i just checked a post by Derek Lane. http://www.craftsmanspace.com/.
Does anyone ealse knows similar pages,and would like to shear to others, i think sometimes we all look for good ,free,woodworking plans.
I hope its not too much im asking.
Thread: english bulldog
10/11/2011 22:25:32
thats a nice one.
Thread: It had to happen sooner or later!
02/11/2011 22:35:22
Does t gets worse than of mohagany(or redwood)?
Thread: Box
30/10/2011 19:42:41
Thank you falks. yesterday i aded my last one ,its small but got nice curves made of mohagany, size 170x210 and 80 mm high

Thread: Take a seat
29/10/2011 20:24:53
Hi mailee i am lucky my wife hawent seen that , she would say that i could do somethin like that. it doesnt take much time.
Thread: Box
29/10/2011 19:56:41
THANK YOU all. measurements of chest 370x270 and 200mm hight. finishing is varnish clear gloss. and brown stain before that .
But i often wish to try my vax or oil to see how it looks, but i cant do that becouse of stichet pictute on top ,have to be sure it wont get dirty.
If you are asking what kind of varnish its fast drying acrylic clear varnish in aerosol can is made in Holland. i will add a picture to my foto album.
i use aerosol one becouse it gets dry much faster than other non aerosol warnishes. and has the same resistace as them .
sorry for my poor english.
Thread: Can you drill a square hole?
29/10/2011 19:01:28
impresive, iteresting how it would work fith wood
Thread: "Spoon" Chair
10/10/2011 00:06:05
Ok you allways wecome
Thread: I hope this is not too risky but it did make me laugh..
07/10/2011 22:46:13
i am glad i am not handsome
Thread: "Spoon" Chair
06/10/2011 20:40:33
it is gorgeous masterpiece,congratulations.
Thread: ash weneered desk
02/10/2011 20:23:52
Thank you mailee .your desk loks good too.
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