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Thats so cool man

 

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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Very Nice

Thank you very much.

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just made this last night out of some driftwood i pulled from the river. plan to make some more, although i'm not sure what i'll do with them.

 

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here's the link to the larger images, if anyone's interested: http://imgur.com/a/56wBn

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here's the link to the larger images, if anyone's interested: http://imgur.com/a/56wBn

 

Pure Awesome!

 

A nice lacquer would finish it up nicely.

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now that driftwood is definitely my sort of style. Awesome idea.  I still think this thread is the best one on Head-fi here.

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now that driftwood is definitely my sort of style. Awesome idea.  I still think this thread is the best one on Head-fi here.


agreed.

 

 

now, here's some of it in action (since the finish has dried). i figure i can fit six comfortably. one can dream, i suppose. but, my next cans should be a pair of thunderpants, so i think it'll match nicely.

 

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and the larger images: http://imgur.com/a/lpZl1

post #1206 of 2924

Very nice!

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Not sure if i should build stand out of legos or a lamp with out the light bulb and stuff. Or deer antlers?

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Here is my cheap headphone stand, well now that a think here is my 120$ headphones stand. Sorry they are sideways. Going to build one out of legos or a lamp later

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Here's my latest.....

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Man all these creative ideas!  And excellent workmanship.  Can I trade some of your woodworking skills for some of my" how to flip a picture around" skills  biggrin.gif

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Man all these creative ideas!  And excellent workmanship.  Can I trade some of your woodworking skills for some of my" how to flip a picture around" skills  biggrin.gif


Haha!

 

Those images were actually oriented correctly on my computer. It was only after uploading them that they flipped. Never did figure out why that was. Figured it was something on HeadFi's end that caused it.

 

-Dogwan

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Haha!

 

Those images were actually oriented correctly on my computer. It was only after uploading them that they flipped. Never did figure out why that was. Figured it was something on HeadFi's end that caused it.

 

-Dogwan

 

Meh. I read this thing at least once a week. No it's not Head-fi. The program you use to view the pictures on your computer doesn't actually flip the pictures and then save the result. It remembers the correct orientation and flip it for viewing, discarding the result. What you upload is the real orientation in which the file is saved on your computer. Web servers don't waste their resources flipping pictures for no reason...

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Originally Posted by KimLaroux View Post

 

Meh. I read this thing at least once a week. No it's not Head-fi. The program you use to view the pictures on your computer doesn't actually flip the pictures and then save the result. It remembers the correct orientation and flip it for viewing, discarding the result. What you upload is the real orientation in which the file is saved on your computer. Web servers don't waste their resources flipping pictures for no reason...


Oh.

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Which type of wood do you prefer to make a headphone stand? I'd like to make one on my one, but don't what's the best type of wood to use for it. Thanks!
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Finally made one for the GF and I. I used a Malma mirror as the base ($2.99 from IKEA) and i used a Grundtal toilet roll holder instead of the Capita legs (5.99 from IKEA)

 

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Edited by dieselstation - 7/21/12 at 4:01pm
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Finally made one for the GF and I. I used a Malma mirror as the base ($2.99 from IKEA) and i used a Grundtal toilet roll holder instead of the Capita legs (5.99 from IKEA)





Really nice! wink.gif
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