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Well, that's just beautiful. The wood is beautiful, I know a common pattern, but your wood is great. The details add a nice touch.
 

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Ths pics are big enough. Another excellant board! I'd beter get in gear or youi'll have all the good ones done ;-))
 

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I figured out I was taking the pics on economy mode and not normal.. so from now on all the pics are gunna be good and BIG with lots of details
 

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I am impressed with your weave. Very good.
 

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Very well done and very beautiful wood.

Thanks for sharing with us.
 

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Beautiful work! I love the look of purpleheart.
 

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A cut above! Can't wait to see whats next.
 

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I love the look of these type of boards. I especially like the wood combination that you used here. The board in the foreground looks good but I really like the look of the one in the background. "Picture framing" it like you have done adds a "formal" look to the board. Great job, David.
 

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I really like these boards. Your board is beautiful.

I have to try one like it.
 

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NICE PICTURES>>> :) i love these projects!!!
 

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Great project . Beautiful wood choices.

Jim
 

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Not a "Board" it is actually the top of a coffee table. I like the different look different timbers give the same style design. Next project is a tumbling blocks design in [you guessed it] New Guinea Rosewood and Tasmanian Blackwood …. with European Wild Cherry.
Larry
 

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The board in the foreground really has a noticible 3D look to the weave, at least in the pictures. I think it's the purpleheart accent giving it a bit of a shadowline. Does that effect show up to the eye if you step back a bit from it?
 

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The effect is if possible more noticeable in real life, the pics are good but still don't show the boards to their full.
Thanks for noticing and commenting.
Although I actually make money selling my creations , it is the satisfaction of a job well done and the appreciation of fellow woodworkers and also other non woodworkers that fuels my passion more than the money.
Hope I don't sound too…???
Cheers and beers \

Larry
 
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