||Tiki Rancher breaks out the Chisels!
Grand Member (8 years)
Joined: Mar 30, 2008
From: The Anvil of the Sun
|Posted: 2012-10-06 4:34 pm  Permalink|
That's funny Hakalugi. I looked at that post and thought "That seems like a relevent, thoughtful post, I wonder why Hakalugi deleted him?" Good eye Karl!
Great carvings Rancher. These may be your first tikis but this is obviously not your first rodeo. You've got some nice carving skills to go with your great building skills.
Gellhorn - "There's a lot of rum in this rum"
Hemingway - "In this joint they don't drink to get drunk, they drink to stay drunk"
Joined: Jun 01, 2009
From: Tampa, FL
|Posted: 2012-10-06 5:54 pm  Permalink|
Joined: Apr 07, 2011
From: Los Angeles Basin, Westside
|Posted: 2012-10-06 6:34 pm  Permalink|
On 2012-10-06 16:12, Hakalugi wrote:
On 2012-10-06 03:35, tysonlee wrote:
Experiment on a scrap piece of wood first. Do you want it burnt for the smell? or for the texture? Paint and stain can be use in combination with the flame. If done right you should not be able to tell the difference. I suggest stain/painting first and then burn and brush.
Tysonlee, your post looks JUST LIKE a post from AlohaStation. How very odd...
Clearly you're not here for the right reasons.
Note to self, don't fall asleep...
Joined: Mar 26, 2012
From: Atlanta, GA
|Posted: 2013-01-08 1:44 pm  Permalink|
Went down to florida and found me a chunk of palm tree to carve....this is what happened...even got the daughter to start carving! Check it