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    Hi, Guys & Gals

    Just wanted to introduce myself and thank you all for allowing me to join your forum. Some of you might know me from other WW forums...hopefully you won't kick me out if you recognize me

    As a rule I don't post pics of my work, but here are a couple just to show that I do actually make some furniture. It's a CD holder. I'm a really bad photographer, so it's hard to see the shadow lines on the front, but they're there. The first pic is with one of the doors open so you can judge the scale of the piece. The second pic is with the doors closed.

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    Construction details: cabinet grade maple ply; miter joints along the vertical joints; the three columns are rotated slightly so the front isn't a flat plane; Soss hinges; finished with clear shellac over tung oil.

    Back to lurking.

    Regards,

    John
    borders, language, culture

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    Welcome John. We do like pics of projects around here, amybe with a little coaxing we can get you to post them. :lol:
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Stevens View Post
    Just wanted to introduce myself and thank you all for allowing me to join your forum. Some of you might know me from other WW forums...hopefully you won't kick me out if you recognize me

    As a rule I don't post pics of my work, but here are a couple just to show that I do actually make some furniture. It's a CD holder. I'm a really bad photographer, so it's hard to see the shadow lines on the front, but they're there. The first pic is with one of the doors open so you can judge the scale of the piece. The second pic is with the doors closed.

    Construction details: cabinet grade maple ply; miter joints along the vertical joints; the three columns are rotated slightly so the front isn't a flat plane; Soss hinges; finished with clear shellac over tung oil.
    Hi john - Welcome aboard!

    Great looking cabinet - thanks for posting. BTW, were all here because we like working with wood, with few exceptions we're not great photographers either. So, post away! Show us your work, your shop, etc.!!
    “We all die. The goal isn't to live forever; the goal is to create something that will.” - Chuck Palahniuk

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    Great job.Picture posting is a challenge until you learn it then its not so bad.
    Ken

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    Welcome John and do not be shy, the others are not so bad.

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    Hi John!

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    hi john!
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