Second photo, first two rail sweep.

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mwwock
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Second photo, first two rail sweep.

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A friend's father passed away so I snagged this pic off of his Facebook feed and sent this to him.

Cut at .035 depth, 1/8 ball nose, 8%, 65 inch per minute, double crosshatch at 60 degrees. Put two coats of sanding sealer, then four hand wiped coats of burnt umber glaze, let them dry a few minutes before wiping off, wait 15 minutes between coats. Then light sanding with 220 grit sandpaper and two coats of lacquer.
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That looks very nice! The detail really l pops with the finish you used.
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Nice work all around! Great use of texture and the finish process topped it off.

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