After routing the jigsaw puzzle design, I made a base out of four mitred lengths of black walnut to raise the table up off the ground. That way, it didn’t just look like a cube sitting on the ground.
Then came finishing. Let’s just say that it required some patience to get an even coat of finish on the edges of each of the 169 puzzle pieces.
After the finish dried, I set it up for some studio photographs. This one shot captured the essence of the table pretty well, I thought.
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7 thoughts on “Finishing Puzzle Table”
All i can say is WOW.
Thanks, Stephen. That’s kind of the reaction I was going for!
Nothing short of amazing Chris!
Thanks, Morgan! I’m really excited about the final product.
This looks amazing Chris. Well done!
Piece of art at its finest. This got my jaw dropped for a second. Great job, Chris!