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Re: Low buck projects- Let's see 'em!

here are those pics of the marquetry.

there are a few more spots that i might do the same- you can see into the v berth where there's some nastiness- might do a nautical compass.

this is a great thread by the way, keep em coming!
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Re: Low buck projects- Let's see 'em!

Holy crap!!!!
okay, this thread has just gotten a big steaming dollop of awesomeness added! Ryan, that is some beautiful work.

I am not worthy!
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I agree with Jones...WOW, very nice!
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Nice job on restoring the ports (pg 76 #760)! Something I would do and as a matter of fact am keeping my eye open for restorable brass or bronze ports for mine... but mine are much bigger and rectangular... will see what luck I have finding any.
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here are those pics of the marquetry.

there are a few more spots that i might do the same- you can see into the v berth where there's some nastiness- might do a nautical compass.

this is a great thread by the way, keep em coming!
Wow that is excellent! While I can do most any kind of fabrication (wood, metal, or fiberglass)... I can NOT do art. That is a different kind of talent. Nice job! It really adds a touch of class to the woodwork!
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here are those pics of the marquetry.

there are a few more spots that i might do the same- you can see into the v berth where there's some nastiness- might do a nautical compass.

this is a great thread by the way, keep em coming!
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On further thought on the marquetry .... I just need to find an artist to draw up the art shapes... then I can do the actual construction of it.... hummm... its got ME thinking!
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With so many boats on the market, selling becomes rather difficult. But if Ryan ever wants to sell his boat, it now stands apart from most others. Beautiful job!
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So who else googled marquetry today? I'd never heard of it before. Great work Ryan.
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