|Project by Andrew||posted 05-02-2010 at 08:44 AM||1200 views||0 times favorited||2 comments|
Almost a year ago, a trim carpenter freind of mine (aka DCWN45) gave me a chunk of cedar, something big enough to turn a Trifern vessel from, I was waiting until I had time. Then another freind asked if I could make a marker for his dog that had passed on sometime ago, asked if there was something “pheasanty” I could do. My interest was piqued, and here is what I came up with, The cross is made from Half lap technology, the roosty is 3 peices and everything is glued together with titebond III. Irony alert, I did the whole thing on Easter Sunday. Steve is very happy with it.
Thanks for checking it out.
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