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cedar bed

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here's a cedar log bed that i made recently with the western disc
bed small.JPG
headboard small.JPG
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That's really nice! I like how the fence ties the whole scene together, thanks for sharing the picture.

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NICE use of the knots and live edge! Reminds me of mountains in the background! :D
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Like Scott says, a really good combination of wood shape and color and carving...joe

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Looks good...bet it smells good, too.

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yep, i think the top live edge looks like mountains in the distance.
has some cedar smell, most is locked under 4 coats of laquer.
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Very nice but aren't the cowboys facing in the wrong direction? :wink:

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AlbertaClipper wrote:Very nice but aren't the cowboys facing in the wrong direction? :wink:
Maybe they are keeping an eye on what goes on in the bed :wink:
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they are gentlemen, keeping their back to what goes on in the bed :)
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Awesome work. I noticed how you brought the ground up to the edge and gradually carved it out. I do that with my ship carvings that technique works great with rocks too. I think you could leave it right there….under the stars. Yee Haw!
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