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Old 06-16-2010, 06:27 PM   #1
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Still getting ready for Saturdays show. Cold and damp today, things were drying slooooow, Drove me nut's. Then I had to do drone work too. I needed more backers prepped and more hangers. I still managed to get a few backed, a few sanded and a few finished. I'm sure glad I'm havin' fun or I'd go fishin'.
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Old 06-16-2010, 07:36 PM   #2
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You will spend all your money on a U-haul getting all your product to the show. Don't forget sun screen and food & bottled water.
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You are indeed a busy man Rob.
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is that a self portrait i see in pic 4?????

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Looks good Rob.
Do you put a felt backer and then glue another piece of plywood on the back?
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Wow Rob, you must be very excited to saturday. Hope you get everything finished on time . Don't forget something to eat eh! Good luck, can't wait to hear the results.
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Looks good Rob.
Do you put a felt backer and then glue another piece of plywood on the back?
Nope I haven't seen anything yet where I really care for felt. Besides I have too much dust and I think it would be a pain. I have been using 1/4" luan. (cheap). I sand it with an air DA 150 grit, blow it out good it holds a lot of dust. Then I give it a good healthy coat of shellac. I sand that w/220, 320, 400 and 000 steel wool. Then Krylon flat black, stain or color depending on the piece it's for. Then glue the piece to it and trim it. For the side that shows I do the same thing except after sanding I sign and date and a light shot of shellac, sand at 400 and 000 wool and a coat or two of Krylon clear acrylic with steel wool between coats if there is more than one. I like the textured look it gives and you can aim it in the direction that suits you best for each piece. Inside and backside.
If that sounds confusing blame the Canadians, they made the LTD. Rob
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