My first piece of art created on the GF


#41

I think this is the firt i write something about a project.
Amazing, awesome, there is no word to describe but you can be very proud.
It’s a real treasure you made alone…


#42

wow! congratulations on a great work there.


#43

The OP suggests it is all Baltic birch - different colors achieved with a variety of stains.


#44

Wow! Awesome job! That is amazing.


#45

Incredible piece man! Way to show what this machine and your creativity can do.


#46

That’s pretty amazing, @polarbrainfreeze ! The number of hours you put into that really shines through! Now I know who to pepper with questions about stains if I have to :smiley:

How paranoid do you have to be about pushing the individual spires during transport? Heh


#47

As stated many times above, this is incredible!

My first thought was, “this is probably the view that the Ninja Turtles have just before exiting the sewer.”


#48

So, why did you not cut out 100’s of little windows out of acrylic? Just Kidding! This is way cool!


#49

Beautiful. Very creative.


#50

I recall seeing the drafts of this, just wow!!!


#51

WOW! So cool. Love the detail. Love the variation. Nice Job.


#52

Very impressive!


#53

Breathtaking! The detail makes my head spin :upside_down_face:


#54

That turned out really amazing! great to see the final product! Hopefully it goes to a buyer who shares it where the public can see it, would be a shame for something that beautiful to be locked away in a private collection.


#55

Ahhh…
That’s fantastic. Even after getting my machine, I was waiting for a few specific people to get theirs.
I knew that you would be good.
I knew that I would linger over the details.
You are a master, sir.


#56

Simply Amazing…that is all I can say…


#57

Wow! That’s awesome!!


#58

That is simply astounding.


#59

That. Is. Simply. Amazing. Really, just gorgeous and intricate and wow. I dig the photo of you holding the piece. It just made my day!


#60

Simply in Awe! Exceptional work!