Clock for my Grandson.

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woody53
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Clock for my Grandson.

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Been doing this the past two weekends. Don't have Aspire so had to do all in V Carve Pro. Not as fancy as the monthly project, but will be one of a kind for my grandson.

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Can anyone tell me why I cant post this pic upright ???

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That's look pretty darn good to me, nice job!

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Hi Woody,

Your clock is gorgeous! Excellent job!

As far as the thumbnail picture laying sideways, it might be possible it has to do with how you held your phone when taking the photo. The shutter button should be at the bottom of the phone when taking a portrait (vertical) photo, or at the right side when taking a landscape (horizontal) photo. However, in this case, it's only the thumbnail that lays sideways. When clicking on the thumbnail to see the full-size photo it appears upright as normal. (at least on my computer it does).
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Maybe not as fancy as the Vectric project but looks good to me & it's all your own work :lol: :lol:
Looks taller than the project clock, what size is it?

I actually have the project clock in my list of things to do but I seriously doubt I will ever get round to it as new things keep coming up :lol: :lol:

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Martin,
Its 46 1/2 inches tall, 15 wide, and 9 1/4 deep. Yeah, It is all my own work, that's why I said its one of a kind for my grandson. Will post a pic when I get it stained and finished. I found a black cherry stain that will make it look awesome ( I hope) . Thanks for your comments.

Dave

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Clock is done.

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That's a beautiful piece of work. I'm sure your grandson will be extremely happy!

Andy

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