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|12-24-2013, 03:12 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Pinelog Creek, FL
Thanked 97 Times in 90 Posts
I have a good friend that LOVES Dragons. So I wanted to make something unique for her for Christmas.
I had found the idea from a picture of a dragon cut out of metal. (first picture)
I talked to my cousin, the artist in the family, I told her what I wanted to do and she designed the pattern so that the dragon could stand up.
The wood is from an old red cedar post top that a friend helped me rip last week with his table saw. I loved the look of the wood so much I had to use it.
Some of it had some very nice character streaks of white in it that I had to make use of. I off set the rear legs to give it more stability.
Unfortunately I didnt have a shiny diamond big enough to put in his hands, but she works with beads and wire jewelry and has access to stones and crystals to fill the need. She promised a picture of it when she finds something shiny to give her new red dragon.
Thanks for taking a look. Comments are welcome.
Pinelog Creek, FL
DW788 Owner since 2013
"Like a wind crying endlessly through the universe, time carries away the names and the deeds of conquerors and commoners alike.
And all that we were, all that remains is in the memories of those who cared we came this way for a brief moment."
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|12-25-2013, 11:47 AM||#4|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Coeur d'alene. Idaho
Thanked 98 Times in 97 Posts
What a great job!
Love the wood.
It's all fun
Delta 46-460 lathe