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    "Blue Flame" This box is made from Sapele The lid is Quarter sawn Sapele and Curly maple 8" D 6.5" tall. The flames are hand carved and colored w/ Deco Art Acrylics
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    That belongs in a gallery, very very nicely done

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    Lid is working well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainstrust View Post
    That belongs in a gallery, very very nicely done
    I'm working on getting all my pieces in a gallery thank you for the vote of confidence.
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    I like the contrast of the blue against the darker timber. I wonder if a similar blue would be better on the finial to match rather than the Maple
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    Quote Originally Posted by dai sensei View Post
    I like the contrast of the blue against the darker timber. I wonder if a similar blue would be better on the finial to match rather than the Maple
    Thank you dal I'll be using color on more pieces I may try that on one in the future.
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    Looking at it again and I like it even more!!! Geez wish I could do that quality!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainstrust View Post
    Looking at it again and I like it even more!!! Geez wish I could do that quality!
    Thanks once again brainstrust... I think you can get this quality I think it's the sanding I sand till i think I have it, then sand it two more times the same amount before finishing and during finishing.
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    Looking really good.

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    Thank you Christos.
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    I like it.
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    Thank you everyone for all the likes and very nice comments.
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