|Project by Rob Macdonald||posted 04-08-2012 03:48 AM||2048 views||2 times favorited||6 comments|
More messing around with mixing sand colors together for practicing inlays.
This weekends fun is with Black and Yellow !
The light yellow seemed a very subdued, almost in the white category. The dark yelow was a winner
I started making a rim for it out of sand but it was getting too long/deep and I had to cut it back and drop the sand rim in order to finish the inside. Turning the inside was difficult, I was stretching the limit of my tools.
I blew it off with air before waxing and polishing but the red from this wood is almiost like a stain and any little cracks or chips in the sand inlay picked up the red discolored wax. I think I will need an extra coat or two of CA, sanded lightly, on the inlays next time if I use this wood again
I cant remember if this piece was Bloodwood or Padauk ... Judging by the look of my white t-shirt after I was done, it looks like I just came from a car accident , so I am guessing Bloodwood :)
Row 1 – Fine Light yellow and coarse black sand
Row 2 – Fine light yellow sand
Row 3 – Fine light yellow and fine white and fine black sand
Row 4 – Fine black sand
Row 6 – Fine dark yellow, fine white, fine black sand
Row 7 – Fine dark yellow sand
Row 8 – Fine dark yellow, fine white, coarse black sand
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