|Project by xylophage||posted 842 days ago||2066 views||3 times favorited||10 comments|
The top of this table is made from a live edge pice of Tiger maple. The legs, and aprons were constructed out of solid Bubinga. The legs are joined to the aprons with intergal mortis and tenon joints. I did a variegated coper guild on the feet and im planing on doing a patina finish on them.
I am not sure i am happy with the treatment i did on the feet. I used a blue back ground and purposely left cracks in the guilding. Some of cracks look nice and have a organic feel to them. in other areas it just looks like a bad guilding job. Any input from fellow lumber jocks would be great.
-- D.A Winograsky