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    My First Base Atemp

    Just made my first base for Jnat spend hole day of making that one
    It is made from Kauri wood, finished it with some thin shellac.
    I am quite happy with result

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    Senior Member DK chef's Avatar
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    looking good

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    Very cool Maxim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DK chef View Post
    looking good
    Indeed! I like the "chiseled surfaces".

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    Nice job! Very elegant, in a rustic sort of way.
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    Very cool!I really dig it.

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    Very nice work, Sir

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    Cool. how did you make the textured surface on the sides and bottom? I haven't seen anything like it before. Definitely rustic.

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    Nice one, is that cabinet liner that you are using under the stone?

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