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 PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 11 10:27 pm   
Bench Dog

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Cobalt is not capable of that. And of all the things i can use photoshop is the one thing i cant use.

Any idea how I take the picture and sit in the chair? and if i did that you'd say i photoshop'd myself in the chair.

Don't hate the player, hate the game..... I'll start mass producing that twist table leg of yours if you don't simmer down :D

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 PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 11 10:37 pm   
Bench Dog

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NLamens wrote:
So I'm in a position to poke my head up for some air and what a great post to see. Lots of work and thought by all very obvious.


2. The comment that the "back leg" structure of the dining chair looked unstable is faulty....

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I was making an aesthetic observation, not a practical one.

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With the caveat that the rocker still isn't my thing. I like it much better painted, than the bright maple in your drawing concept. I could almost see myself sitting on a porch reading a book in the chair.

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Bench Dog

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Now you got me envisioning these things lined up out in front of a Cracker Barrel.

No doubt it is chunky.

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 PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 11 8:20 am   
Bench Dog

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new york new york wrote:
Now you got me envisioning these things lined up out in front of a Cracker Barrel.

No doubt it is chunky.


I'm a chunky kind of guy, but not a cracker barrel type of guy ;)

My back porch is screened in and sometimes I spend time reading out there.

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 PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 11 4:13 pm   
Bench Dog

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Perhaps some in shop assembly photos then???? :shock: :lol:

Or better yet a beautiful NYC model to take away from the rocker a bit? :D

The twisty leg is all yours!! I stole the idea from someone else :lol:

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Nic :D

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 PostPosted: Sun Jan 08, 12 6:00 pm   
Push Stick

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Just surfing around on some of these past threads...I really like the rocker. It has a bit of a deco feel, maybe even a little Rietveld Steltman?

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