Batman Log Burner

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About: Since the dawn of Lego I've been into making stuff... I'm currently a technology teacher at a secondary school tasked with inspiring the next generation of designers.

Intro: Batman Log Burner

Check out my Facebook page Burned by Designs for images if all my wood burning creations

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Burned-by-Design/1526857080886471

Please message me for details
alex_dodson7@hotmail.com

Step 1: Find Inspiration

Step 2: Cut It

Only ever use gas bottles from companies that have gone out of business otherwise you couldn't land yourself in trouble. Bottles remain the property of the company even if they're empty. Before cutting make sure it's empty, smash off the top with a big hammer and fill with water to displace any left over gas.

Step 3: Facial Features

I used some box section to create the nose, cheeks and eyebrows.

Step 4: Ears and Ears

More box section for the bat ears and some flat plate for the man ears.

Step 5: A Stern Face

I was unsure whether to go for a door on this burner but glad I did.

Step 6: Air Intake and Door Latch

Because there is only a small hole in the front of the burner I was worried that the fire wouldn't get enough oxygen. I decided to place an air vent on the side with batwing detailing.

Step 7: In the Raw

Step 8: Paint

All my burners are finished in UHT paint, this one got black and clear.

For more details please email me at alex_dodson7@hotmail.com

Any design undertaken.

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    6 Discussions

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    ChrisC398

    2 years ago

    What did you us for the whole metal frame?

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    harvuna

    3 years ago

    you sir have a talent!!!!!!

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    Dave2340

    3 years ago on Introduction

    I was seriously impressed with R2D2 but I think I like this one more. Love to see a picture of this fired up. Well done

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    NathanSellers

    3 years ago

    This is really cool. Great craftsmanship. Thanks for sharing your project.

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    tomatoskins

    3 years ago

    This is simply amazing! I love the detail that you put into this. It's something that I would be proud to show off.