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Some odds and ends

Just some different things I have made.
Any questions, feel free to ask.

Best compliment I ever got Bently and I’ll pass it along to you:

You do nice work.

-- The early bird gets the worm but its the second mouse that gets the cheese.

Paul Said was I was going to say. Now I have to think harder.

The doors on the 3 first pictures are amazing.
The desk is really “clean”. The drawer and interior organizer are eye catchers.

You do amazing work!

-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

I’m going through the pictures and I can’t believe what can be done from the wood.

Great job!

-- -- Michal, http://WoodworkingWeb.com

Very nice! How did you make the doors in the first picture? Are those curves bent or cut that way?

-- Losing fingers since 1969

Thank You !
Brian, the doors are just squares glued together. Easy peasy nothing fancy..
I’ll post some pics how I made them later tonight.
Thanks..

Lots of variety. Great job, Bently. Keep them coming :)

-- Martin Sojka, https://craftisian.com

Making the (Weave Affect) doors!

Awesome Bently. You make look easy.

-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

You have an awesome variety of work! I have to ask whats the story about the painted armoire?

Bently,

It’s so good to be reminded of your wonderful work. We remember that first cabinet with the “woven” doors. That’s such a clever idea. We’d love to see that shoe display again. That was mind-blowing!

L/W

-- “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” Benjamin Franklin

Cool design and creative build.

-- woodworking classes, custom furniture maker

Great work…like the simplicity of the design to make a great looking piece

Thank You All,
lanwater, it is easy…when you enjoy doing it.
Qball, This armoir was for a TV in a little girls room. I built it and painted it but an artist came in and painted the flowers. The scroll work at the top and bottom are just plant-on’s that were glued to a board and cut around the shape to make them look solid. That’s my work around for not being able to carve. Here is a pic of the interior with the pocket doors open.You can see my rookie mistake, I had to make cut outs in the sides to get to the pocket door hinges.

Thanks L/W, I might post it later down the road. That one was a head scratcher to build.
Thanks a1jim
Thanks falconja

Beautiful work .

Thanks Moment,
Keep checking back, I’ve got plenty more to come…:)