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This is the 1st bandsaw box I ever made. I learned the technique for making bandsaw boxes using this design and instructions provided in a woodworking magazine. It is made from Walnut. The drawers are flocked. The finish is several coats of a tung oil/spar varnish mixture with two coats of beeswax applied on top.
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سلام از ایران تماس میگیرم سال نو مبارک من یک نجار فقیر هستم برایم کتاب و کاتالوک ایمیل کنید متشکرم نادر نادری
Thank you for the compliment on my work jhonbaker. I built this little box about 10 years ago for a lady I knew then.
At the time, I worked as an art director in the advertising industry. I became quite familiar with photography techniques used to sell products. I'm no photography expert, but I can usually represent my work decently. I agree with you that many woodworkers do not adequately represented their work with their photography skills.
As for my box, I only have a few pictures of this little box. Unfortunately, I no longer have access to the piece to photograph the drawer interiors any better. Each drawer was separated into two compartments and were flocked with a rich burgundy flocking which matched the walnut very nicely.
This is nice - I also like the photos, many great woodworkers are crippled by their photography technique.
I like what I can see of the drawer interior - can you poet a better photo of that?
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