Build thread for the children's furniture I've just finished.
I recently finished this table and chair. Here's an overview and how it fits in situ; it's designed to fit under our existing table so it can be mostly out of the way when it's not in use.
All pine (mixed new and reclaimed), cut with hand tools. Linseed oil and varnish finish to bring out the grain and waterproof. Workshop was absolutely covered in shavings by the end.
Print and digital copies of A Wood Heart are now available for sale on my itch page or my big cartel shop. All details at my website:
A Wood Heart is a map drawing and story telling game about humans, forest spirits and the intersection of their existence.
@maxc Woah! You’re upping you woodwork game! Would love to see a couple of shots from different angles (how did you construct the table?).
@deianeira Johan Peitz. Haven’t heard that name since about 15 years when I played IcyTower. Good to see them still around!
And yes, that modeller looks lime fuuuuuun!
@TeddyDD Ah, I hadn't heard about SponsorBlock yet. Yet another workaround to make the web bearable.
@rek I switched to an Alpha6000 a few months ago. After using it for a while I kinda stopped doing any photography. Today I relalised that I just don't enjoy taking pictures with it. So I switched back to my trusty, simple X100T and this is the first picture I took. I'm happy again!
@mario_afk Oh, spotted a tiny typo in the second paragraph of the game description: Shot instead of Shoot.
They aren't all that shitty either. Thinking of uploading some of them
@firstname.lastname@example.org @oppen Partner and kid are out at the grandparents. I cought a cold and I'm deep diving into personal projects in bed all weekend. I feel blessed and cursed at the same time.
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