LumberJocks

Very First inlay attempt

  • Advertise with us
Project by pyromedic602 posted 2093 days ago 1552 views 3 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I wanted to try and learn to do inlay and had seen a similar project on LJ’s before and thought I would try. The project turned out pretty well but its is obvious the it is a first attempt. The project is a desk top book stand that was made for a silent auction at the church. It was made using walnut with Padauke and maple inlay. any and all comments or suggestions welcome Sorry the picture are not better I could not get an angle that the glare was not an issue.

-- Pyromedic602, free wood is always good wood





17 comments so far

View lazyfiremaninTN's profile

lazyfiremaninTN

528 posts in 2549 days


#1 posted 2093 days ago

Beautiful Bubba. Great first attempt.

-- Adrian ..... The 11th Commandment...."Thou Shalt Not Buy A Wobble Dado"

View wadestock's profile

wadestock

24 posts in 2218 days


#2 posted 2093 days ago

Looks good to me. I think it should bring a good price.

View Woodhacker's profile

Woodhacker

1139 posts in 2319 days


#3 posted 2093 days ago

Bubba, the inlay looks great. The lines look close and tight. I like the contrast of the padauk.

Thanks for posting it.

-- Martin, Kansas

View Zuki's profile

Zuki

1404 posts in 2673 days


#4 posted 2093 days ago

Looks fine to me also.

Keep it up.

-- BLOG - http://www.colorfulcanary.com/search/label/Zuki

View Tim Dorcas's profile

Tim Dorcas

188 posts in 2454 days


#5 posted 2093 days ago

I think you did a great job.

-- www.craftedbytim.com - A Woodworking & Renovation Blog & www.craftedbytim.com - I make. You buy.

View Robb's profile

Robb

660 posts in 2530 days


#6 posted 2093 days ago

As a non-inlay adept, I never would have guessed that it’s a first attempt. Nice work! Suggestion on the glare: try turning off the flash and using an indirect light source or two. It works really well.

-- Robb

View savannah505's profile

savannah505

1691 posts in 2182 days


#7 posted 2093 days ago

I think you did a great job also, and a testament to our lord and saviour, way to go.

-- Dan Wiggins

View teenagewoodworker's profile

teenagewoodworker

2727 posts in 2364 days


#8 posted 2093 days ago

thats nice! very good for a first try too! keep up the great work!

View CharlieM1958's profile

CharlieM1958

15639 posts in 2814 days


#9 posted 2093 days ago

Wow! That’s very impressive!

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

View Dan M's profile

Dan M

121 posts in 2540 days


#10 posted 2093 days ago

Gorgeous – adding this to my favorites because I have been looking for ideas for our church .. thank you for the inspiration!

-- Dan M, SW Suburbs, Chicago IL

View pashley's profile

pashley

1012 posts in 2313 days


#11 posted 2093 days ago

Looks good, and I like the subject.

-- Have a blessed day! http://newmissionworkshop.com

View Douglas Bordner's profile

Douglas Bordner

3960 posts in 2659 days


#12 posted 2093 days ago

Very nice job. I sense that you must be a member of the United Methodist Church…

-- "Bordnerizing" perfectly good lumber for over a decade.

View Greg3G's profile

Greg3G

815 posts in 2681 days


#13 posted 2093 days ago

Looks Great! excellent first attempt. I can see why you had a problem sanding the padauk to fit (I had a chance to meet and visit his shop the last time I was in TN) I probably would have done the flame in two pieces to avoid that problem. the contract in the woods really worked well. Proud of you Bubba. Can’t wait to see the next project.

-- Greg - Charles Town, WV

View darryl's profile

darryl

1792 posts in 2922 days


#14 posted 2092 days ago

like the others have already stated, it looks fantastic.
I’d say you have the techniques down.

View Bob42's profile

Bob42

451 posts in 2386 days


#15 posted 2092 days ago

Nice job!! I like the contrasting wood, it was nice to see it in different colors that what I did mine in.
Keep up the God work. ( A little play on words)

I might try Bloodwood instead of Paduck for the cross on my next project of this kind, it should be more red. What do you think?

-- Bob K. East Northport, NY

showing 1 through 15 of 17 comments

Have your say...

You must be signed in to post the comments.

DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

GardenTenders.com :: gardening showcase