Here is the Wood Turners Finish on one of my canes. Mesquite Shaft, Kingwood handle, Turquoise inlay and Brass collar and Ferrule. All exotic hardwoods, hand made...turned, sanded, inlayed, and finished. Just purchased by a collector. Beautiful finish and the WTF went on easily. I think I've found a new supplier. Feel free to use this pic if you wish. It's the least I can do for you turning me on this finish. (No pun intended) Thank you again for your courtesy.
Unfinished Furniture chest finished with Millstone Milk Paint, then over-painted with Lamp Black Milk Paint, then distressed to show the color underneath from the gang at General Finishes. Like Annie Sloan Chalk Paint? - try this!
The table is built from poplar. There are two coats of Lamp Black, two of High Performance Water Based Top Coat, two coats of Red Pepper Milk Paint sanded through to show some of the black. Then Van Dyke Brown Glaze was applied. The whole piece was finished with High Performance Top Coat using an hvlp sprayer. The pictures do not show enough definition but it is by far the best finish I have ever done. Thanks for your great service and fabulous water base finishes! Mike Mooneyham
Custom bed queen bed in solid cherry, European beech, & walnut from Jason Bedre of Bedre Woodworking 512-506-1650 - finished with waterbased Endurovar. Jason, as quoted in Woodworkers Magazine, says: "I worked as a polymer chemist, which gave me unique insight into the finishing aspect of woodworking. I don't make finishes, but the chemistry is the same," he said. "I delve into the science behind it." He says he's finding that newer waterborne finishes are an alternative to lacquer. Now my number one finish is General Finishes Enduro-Var.
One of his chairs, "Curvis Sedis
II," is particularly memorable. It's got complex joinery of
interlocking dovetails, as well as spline dovetails, a covered seat
that's tapered to the edge, and a frame made of bent laminations. "It
was a real test of seeing how far I could go, and push the limits of
what I could do, to make it. I was sort of challenging myself, I
guess," Jason said.
This was Jason's entry in the Texas Furniture Makers Show in 2012 - beauty in every detail!.
This is a media cabinet Jason finished for a client. All walnut, with ebonized poplar legs. It's 100" long! The open spaces are for AV components, and the center channel speaker. The large openings on each end are for additional speakers. See the long miter joint - never easy.
Custom Poplar Table crafted by Jason Bedre of Bedre Woodworking of Austin Texas. Contact Jason at 512-506-1650. As quoted in the WoodWorkers Journal, Jason says: 'Most of Jason's pieces have a
contemporary style, largely because "I do not like to copy
anything," he said. When potential customers approach him about
building something they've seen in a furniture store, "If
they're happy with those there, I tell 'em to go buy it. It will be
two to three times more if I build it. Some people don't understand