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Caucasian elm, Caspian pebbles, resin, and 2 weeks of work





















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Wow, that's a really neat-looking table. Is that glow-in-the-dark resin, or some kind of LED strip embedded in there?
 

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That came out great. Interesting work on the legs, making them look like stream stones as well.
 

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Really like the finished product and the extra pictures, well done..
 

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Excellent work!
 

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outstanding -
 

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Amazing! Looks like you'd get your hand wet if you touched the creek part.
 

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This looks beautiful! I really want to build a river table one of these days. I have slab of rainbow poplar that I want to do this with :)
 

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Awesome - really interesting, well done.

Do you, or anyone else for that matter, have a link to more detail on how to produce something like this. Pictures are great, but I was hoping to find some more detail somewhere.
 

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Dmitry , nice job and congratulations on your 'Daily Top 3' award.
 

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Great looking table. Exceptional work.
 

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This is incredible, beautiful work
 

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Beautiful! Maybe if we asked nicely, Dmitry would do a blog on this project? I'd love to see how the pouring process works…
 

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ditto to all that is just stunning,id swear it was real water flowing through that table,and i love your leg design.a well deserved top 3.we need to see more of you around here.
 

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There are few words to describe this. Great design, layout, and very cool!
 

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I would like to make this from pecky cypress with a coastal theme (seashells rocks salt water flies). How did you support the two halves at level?
 

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Please, would love to see a blog on this process. Beautiful work!
Beautiful! Maybe if we asked nicely, Dmitry would do a blog on this project? I d love to see how the pouring process works…

- mikeacg
 

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Thank you for your interest. Thank you for appreciating my project. I promise to think about the blog.
 
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