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It was time to finish this one...

What I am going to show to you is called "Glazed gold", because it is made from a black locust fork and laminated with padauk and wenge (exotic wood postcards from Japan, thanks to Dax). So the polished padauk looks like a glaze on the black locust base (golden).

Made from a natural fork, planed down to 2cm, laminated wth padauk and wenge, sanded to 1200grit, finished with Danish oil and polished with beeswax and carnauba wax wood polish.


I will let the photos do the rest of the talk!
 

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Amazing! Im so jealous of that makers mark, how do you do it?
 

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Excellent work.
Thank you Dan!

THanks1

Amazing! Im so jealous of that makers mark, how do you do it?
Thank you Adiel! check this link, it's a tutorial for the logo.

http://www.theslingshotforum.com/f4/applying-notatoy-logo-also-my-first-tutorial-36466/

Beautiful, notatoy. Really like the shape of that slingshot! And you done justice to all that wood. Wonderful combination!
Thank you very much Dax. Your wooden postcards are really amazing, I loved the smell of padauk when shaping it.


Beautiful!
Thank you Drew!

That's outstanding work. I'd be proud to own one of those.:cool:
Thank you very much. Maybe we'll figure out a trade sometimes in the future. ;-)
 
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