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Unread 08-02-2010, 11:13 AM   #7
Phlegethon
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Phlegethon is a jewel in the rough
got a couple of suggestions for this for what they're worth

first one would be regarding the contours on the body. use as rough a tool as possible to get the wood to shape (such as a file/grinder to do the "grunt" work) and then sand it. would save you effort in the long run

my next suggestion is the same as littlephil's . . stain it black instead of painting it black. you could get the same effect while both showing off wood grain as well as decreasing the amount of work

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