It’s all done bar the polishing, one coat of BLO 25%, turps 75%, for color. French polish when the oil dries.
I try and keep an open mind as I work. The radius corner was meant to integrate with the round feet but I now feel a square corner, as contrast, works better.
I use this Bote-Cote epoxy for a weather proof joint, filler and hard to clamp areas. After 24 hr. set it works like very hard cheese.
The mitres are scraped. One scraper has been modified so I can get close to an inside corner. Mainly for elec. double bass necks, in this case the inside leg at the foot. ( the legs were worked pre- assembly )
Holding the job.
Setting out the chamfers.
One coat of oil and the feet will be red at least for the holidays.
We’re finally getting our storms. Our water tanks and dam are full. We almost had to buy town water.
The sun is setting in the west, we’re looking south. Go figure!
Merry Christmas All!
-- Mama calls me Texcaster but my real name is Mr. Earl.