Pictures of your progress building the Wall Clock

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  • #24198

    dborn
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    This is my 4th or 5th clock and by far my favorite. Its a Christmas gift for my brother. Its made from African mahogany with a whole bunch of coats out Formaby’s tung oil finish. I almost don’t want to give it away.

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    #24200

    Greg Merritt
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    That is fantastic Dan! The black faced inserts really set it off. It base the look of campaign furniture. Like something in a British headquarters in India back in the day. Really nice.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #24207

    John Moore
    Participant

    Beautiful clock, your brother is going to love it.

    Lakeland, Florida USA

    #24210

    Ken
    Participant

    It looks amazing Dan, nice job buddy.

    #24211

    Drysavy
    Participant

    something definitely to be proud of. Nice work.

    #24219

    str8tedge
    Participant

    Looks like you are in the clock business Dan. Well executed.

    Joe B.

    #24223

    dborn
    Participant

    Thank you! Very kind words! My wife actually said she wanted it for or house. After the holidays I will make one more out of black walnut. I have the perfect piece of chocolate colored walnut for the panel. I wish

    The the gauges are clock, hygrometer and barometer.

    Cheers!

    Dan

    #24335

    David Gill
    Participant

    Dan it is more than a clock it is a weather station , looks great your brother will love it

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    #24336

    Mark Armstrong
    Participant

    Very nice Dan 😉

    Dagenham, Essex, England

    #24340

    Frankie Lee
    Participant

    Fantastic job Dan.

    #24344

    dborn
    Participant

    Thank you! I have sitting in my living room and it really compliments the oak bookshel we have… It’s going to be hard to give away.

    Cheers!

    #24575

    Sandy
    Participant

    It is amazing to me how you can be working along and realize something that Paul said in his video not only makes sense, but it’s an important thing. a little thing like the fact that your Knife has a bevel on both sides and you have to compensate for that when marking. And things like which side to a mark to avoid bruising… I’m enjoying this!

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

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    #26028

    neeme
    Participant

    Hei,
    Here’s my first Paul-Sellers-design completed. It is really so that design matters, I enjoyed every step making it (although I am not satisfied with some details).
    Abachi, 2 layers of shellac, beeswax.
    Second clock is underway, from african mahogany.
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    Tallinn, Estonia

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    Eddy Flynn
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    looks like a job well done to me Neeme the enjoyment gets better (well it does for me)

    Eddy .. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
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    #26032

    Greg Merritt
    Participant

    Well done Neeme. It looks good. Looking forward to seeing your next one.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

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