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    So I have this slab of live edge 2 inch thick walnut about 50 inches long by 9 inches high. I have a planed off and thinking of a lake scene and cabin with name on the right side. Work in progress.

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    That is a beautiful piece of wood.
    Looking forward to the results.

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    Default Re: A large Project

    Thinking about something along these lines.....

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    Or this I think is good, and of course Our Lake Place will be replaced with the Customers Lake Place.... $

    48 inches long and finished in clear urethane.

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    Default Re: A large Project

    I'd cut it in half, and make the text a bit smaller.

    It's hard to make something long and narrow look good. Shortening it gives it better proportions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ger21 View Post
    I'd cut it in half, and make the text a bit smaller.

    It's hard to make something long and narrow look good. Shortening it gives it better proportions.
    These are for customer previews, I put anything on it they want and anyplace they want. For fireplace or cabin wall, I use either walnut or red cedar and I charge a lot.

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