Cleaning Up a Rusty LatchView Instructable »
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� I didn't mean you only need to use waste for everything you do. I use paper to draw on and I buy light switches instead of salvaging them. What I meant was that this seems like a material that can easily be gathered before it ends up in the bin. I just wanted to point out this detail, that while you're at it you could do this as well, just an idea, a seed I wanted to plant so to speak.But you made a fair point as well, sometimes you just want to make something because it feels good to make something. And that's a really nice thing in itself. Don't stop making! � (I for one feel the lack of creative output can bring me down sometimes, it's just a hard thing to realise �).Cheers.
I hope this is only posted once, I got an error message which I didn't notice at first, and then I thought maybe it's because I used emoji things and I removed them and tried again, but I kept getting error messages and then I pressed the button again and then I panicked and pressed again... And again... And again and then the message seemed to be posted and then I realised I pressed that button a whole lot of times.... And now I'm having an anxiety attack... But it's the internet, it will be forgotten in this endless pit of turmoil. :D
� I didn't mean you only need to use waste for everything you do. I use paper to draw on and I buy light switches instead of salvaging them. What I meant was that this seems like a material that can easily be gathered before it ends up in the bin. I just wanted to point out this detail, that while you're at it you could do this as well, just an idea, a seed I wanted to plant so to speak.But you made a fair point as well, sometimes you just want to make something because it feels good to make something. And that's a really nice thing in itself. Don't stop making! � (I for one feel the lack of creative output can bring me down sometimes, it's just a hard thing to realise sometimes �).Cheers.
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Very nice :)The form has been filled in!
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Really big thank you all!
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I made something like this a few years ago. Only I did not use a tripod, but mounted it on a little brick staircase corner thing. (And I put a paper thing inside to diffuse the light a little.)
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I might start doing this, I love working with wood and always think it's a pitty to throw all that saw dust in the bin.I suppose you better not use dust from treated wood (for outside use, those greenish things) or MDF or thing with lots of glue/finish? At least I wouldn't.I voted for you, pall! Good luck with the contests.
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This looks like a thing I made :) Nice job.https://www.instructables.com/Veneer-Wood-Lamp/
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Wonderful, glad you like it. Feel free to post a picture here if/when you've made one.
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That's my favourite things about it, it's quite nice to look at when the light is off and then you turn it in and the details really light up.Thanks for the comment and good luck with the guitar.
I'm more into softer shapes myself, but in this particular case I wanted to try something a little more "modern" and sharp :)Thanks for the suggestion, maybe I'll try something like that in my next project. Maybe I could print a gradient on a piece of paper or plastic and glue it to the inside as well. Or draw things on the inside with a marker or paint. Hmmm. Things to try :)
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Looks nice. One thing that kind of "bothers" me is the control box dangling from the cable. If the cable was a little longer so it rested on the surface – or the box was hidden in the base somehow – it would, in my opinion, look better.Apart from that I really like it. I voted for you in the lights contest, good luck!
Oh, by the way: I haven't thanked the people here for voting on this entry for the woodworking contest. I've been selected as a "third prize" winner, which includes a woodthreading kit. Awesome! Thank you all!
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Hey there, I stumbled upon this by coincidence. Thanks for mentioning me and my instructable.
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Thanks for the comment, I hope the essay went well ^^I finished this in about 2 hours after work. I probably could've done it faster, but I was just messing around, so I did not care.
I just sanded the corners down with a belt sander (Step 5) using the circles I drew on the faces (step 3) as demarcation. Just don't try to rush it, using "power tools" like a belt sander you really need to be careful not to go beyond your desired shape. Also, try making circular motions from the wrist while sanding, it helps create a nice even rounding.Mine is not perfectly symmetrical, since I just "eyeballed" it.
Oh my, motion and things :) I'm more into static things myself, but thanks for the tips.