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    Asian-Inspired Stool

    I drew this "Asian-Inspired Stool" after seeing the one that Alan Turner built and displayed in the Fine WoodWorking Web Site. You might say that I was "inspired" to try my hand at drawing it SketchUp. The multiple angles on the legs gave me a few hours of challenge in order to get them right. The SketchUp model is uploaded into the 3D Warehouse in the collection named "Creekside Woodshop" as well as my web site "CreeksideWoodshop.Com" along with the renderings. Ron
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    Lovely, I like it, the renderings are very good as well. When are you going to build it?
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Very nice, Ron. I've always liked that kind of curve on table legs.
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    That will be a nice looking stool when done Ron be sure and post when done.
    Jay

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    Thanks for your comments. I'm not sure when or if i'll build it. The drawing will go into my "interesting projects to do" list for future possibilities. Ron

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    Hi Ron

    If you decide not to buid it please send me the design and the dimensions. I think that would make a lovely project using my newly gifted wood and some additional lighter wood for contrast.
    cheers

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    Rob, the SketchUp model is in the Google 3D Warehouse as well as in my web site at Creeksidewoodshop.com.

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