In Session 1, Session 2, Session 3 and Session 4 I began working on an exploded shelf I’m calling Deconstructed. I finished the last session by filling in air bubbles with epoxy.
Today, in the final session of this Tweet-Along, I completed the shelf, including applying the first coat of finish.
As always, I documented my progress live on Twitter using hashtag #FlairWW (follow me @FlairWoodworks) which was useful because each update had a time stamp so followers could see the rate at which I progressed. I attempted to record my build in time-lapse as usual, but due to a technical glitch, that didn’t work. I compiled the photos and Tweets into a video (duration – 2:16).
4 thoughts on “Deconstructed, Session 5”
Looks beautiful! Great job Chris :)
great concept for a piece. I still cannot understand how you ended up with airbubbles after all you did to eliminate them. But I bet that is one of the things noone but you will notice.
It has been fun watchin you creat art.
I’m not sure what created the air bubbles, but I think that if I had used a slower-setting resin, they would have had more of a chance to escape. This one set up surprisingly quickly.