Trypophobia Table

Modustrial Maker
Modustrial Maker

Loved this one! Re: the puck light...it looks like you got a kit with an IR remote, which requires line of sight. I always look for kits with RF remotes instead - easy fix. :)

Vor 2 years
Drew Johnson
Drew Johnson

I would like more info on the router set up, especially the sled and carriage. Thanks. Mike

Vor 2 Monate
Lisa T
Lisa T

@Peter Hall wonder if you could gold leaf or silver leaf the inside so it emphasizes the texture of the charred wood like the white ash normally does...🤔

Vor 2 Monate
Lisa T
Lisa T

@2020 YouTube Purge: the black plague 😍 ooooooo. Or mirror paint

Vor 2 Monate
Peter Hall
Peter Hall

incorporate some Gold Leaf into some epoxy on a table.

Vor 4 Monate
Peter Hall
Peter Hall

@Blacktail Studio Here's an idea for you: https://youtu.be/IS4XbTbm_Bo?t=151 interested?

Vor 4 Monate
P K
P K

One " layman" idea is to take some foil, crush it in your hand, it's all wrinkly now. Place it all along the hollow part, then when you turn on the puck light in red, it would look exactly as if the log is smoldering. The wrinkles in the foil give such a realistic effect, as it stifles the light along the wrinkle line and let's the shiny part reflect. If you look at smoldering coals or wood, it has " ash-lines" in an irregular pattern . The wrinkles give that effect. The dark top would won't let the foil be visible when the light is off.

Vor 2 Monate
James Straus
James Straus

Cool idea but better if outside all black with red light deep inside of it

Vor Monat
Wolf Cornwall
Wolf Cornwall

The tiny chamfer looks much better than big round chamfers

Vor Monat
Something Clever
Something Clever

Here’s some advice: Instead of using a colored light, use colored epoxy and a strong white light, that way you can make cool layered patterns as the light shines through, kinda like stained glass!

Vor 8 Monate
Yozegami
Yozegami

I would give the exposed wood a mahogany/red dye, I think a reddish brown would look good with black. Cool project! Your charred table is one of my favorites of yours :)

Vor 9 Monate
Scott Barber
Scott Barber

Right?? I thought the exact same thing while I was watching this video.

Vor 3 Monate
TJ Almeida
TJ Almeida

I havent seen the end product yet but i just heard what youre making. Very creative

Vor 2 Monate
Neville Cooper
Neville Cooper

You know what .......... It doesn't matter what the haters think. All that matters is that you had fun making and whoever ends up owning it loves it also. I say do what you want to do

Vor Monat
Abhinav Krishnan
Abhinav Krishnan

I love this look! Definitely something I would have as a side table in my house. I wonder if the light might look better if you didn't fill the void with epoxy and just capped the top off with an epoxy disk after sealing the inside. That way more light gets through!

Vor year
Radio Mandelbrot
Radio Mandelbrot

ooooh, that sounds like a great idea actually

Vor 8 Monate
TheKansen
TheKansen

This is such a cool idea. If I may add my 2 cents in terms of design: 1. I like the contrast on the outside but I thought you were going to leave black streaks in a pattern to make it look like stuff boiled and spilled over on all the sides. I think that would have looked better than a random contrast 2. The inside could be made to look like a geode by using 2 different color epoxy. The first coat on the inside (or part of it) could be a bright sparkly color like blue or red and then fill it up with clear epoxy. So when you light it up it will look like there are crystals inside.

Vor year
Mackenzie Davidson
Mackenzie Davidson

EvanandKaitlyn made a really similar geode table to what you're describing!

Vor 3 Monate
Art Donovan
Art Donovan

Cool idea, the geode concept! The right position of the lighting would be totally key. Very cool color temp LED (5000k) and using reflective paint only. Perhaps powdered Interference Pigments mixed with bright, powdered metallics. Red to Green. Purple to Orange. The Geode idea using the textured, burned wood could be a whole offshoot concept. Lots of experimentation needed for sure, but very visually exciting.

Vor 11 Monate
Patrick Swayze
Patrick Swayze

Yeah ok, interesting. I like this hey 👍🏽

Vor year
scott profitt
scott profitt

You can get up to 8k in that trizak sand paper almost looks polished by itself and cuts way down on buffing time

Vor 2 Monate
The Singing Woodturner
The Singing Woodturner

I really enjoyed this build, love your creativity. My favourite look was when the inside of the stump was still glowing with heat. I would have used flame coloured mica powders in the basting, to make the inside glow like that when it was finished.

Vor year
Schnipsl Hansi
Schnipsl Hansi

Two amazing facts i learned here was that the epoxy reacts up to three weeks and the trick by spraying water on to the workbench to absorb dust. I had a a lot of problems with mosaicpins for knifehandles. They kept moving weeks after the knife was finished. This project is very creative and experimental. Thanks for sharing this idea.

Vor 3 Monate
ML W
ML W

I love this project! When you were burning that stump, I was thinking it would look cool if you just lightly charred the edges of those divots instead of burning it all the way black.

Vor 7 Monate
Leonard Ozols
Leonard Ozols

This gives me an idea: On the inside of the log, near the base more but I'd say going most of the way up, perhaps adding a fine metallic dust that would help reflect the light and give that "deep space" feel into the first couple basting layers. I think that may aid any underlighting, and help bring more life to the burn pattern in the wood. I'm not sure what metal dust would have the best reflective properties for this kind of application, but I'd imagine silver, aluminium, or nickel would work well.

Vor year
Alex D
Alex D

Just fill the epoxy with glitter from Michael's and call it a day.

Vor 7 Monate
fabriglas
fabriglas

Would cheap glitter still reflect in epoxy? Or is there something that would be luminous or flourese?

Vor 8 Monate
David Noll
David Noll

That sounds pretty awesome, make it look like a wormhole

Vor 8 Monate
Vatican Cameos
Vatican Cameos

Mica powder would do this.

Vor 9 Monate
Maeghan Sullivan
Maeghan Sullivan

😍 I found your videos randomly - I like watching resin designs - and with my mental health being meh, I've been binging. And I realized I haven't liked all the ones I've watched. I need to go back and do that!!! This is so cool looking, and I love how unique it is.

Vor Monat
Kw3rkygurl
Kw3rkygurl

My favorite part of the fire table was the lighter corner. I loved this table with the texture and the contrast on the sides.

Vor 7 Monate
Tessa Breland
Tessa Breland

Oh, I would totally put that in my house!! no phobias here! I'm loving how informative your channel is. Thank You!

Vor 7 Monate
Elen
Elen

What an amazing peace 😍. I'd really like to have this one in my house. Love the ideia.

Vor 10 Monate
Carina L
Carina L

have to admit both styles are cool--i was really looking forward to the all-black and i think the brass would have set that off stunningly, so i'd probably choose the all-black. also your written comments while fighting with the puck light were hilarious. that shine is awesome and definitely is better than many i've seen

Vor year
Marvin Kitfox
Marvin Kitfox

All-black with brass, and a nice glowy interior light, would have been awesome. But this result is surprisingly appealing too, it helps a lot that the eventual color of the clean wood turned out a mellow amber, not the stark white it first seemed.

Vor year
Vahid Jahangir
Vahid Jahangir

I really like the way you experience new methods. the burning was amazing, however, using clear epoxy to see the burn patterns inside could be great. the cracks on the outside were fabulous, but I kinda like it with the darker (burnt brown?) color on the carved parts. love your work

Vor 14 Tage
Carol Lykins
Carol Lykins

I too like the deep pours, but really cool wood stains with different colors and different wood types would be really interesting to see.

Vor 10 Monate
Sean Costello
Sean Costello

i feel like he avoids doing this because you cant control how it'll look once stained, and if you dont like it there's no going back

Vor 5 Monate
Nick M
Nick M

Wow, this project is pretty awesome! I love the random light spots, it looks like stuff we come across in firefighting. I am not an expert, but think it would have been cool if you continued the dented pattern into the feet with them being hammered half blackened brass. Just my two cents. Thanks for posting this built it us amazing!

Vor year
Adam Cox
Adam Cox

🔥 Totally rocks for trying something new and different. Love the dremel tool that you used as well.

Vor year
CJ L.
CJ L.

I love your exploring of what's possible and what you can learn from every try! Love the contrast of the "dots".

Vor year
Kapil Makkar
Kapil Makkar

:) It is awesome to see the table, would have recommended a lighted pour but this one also looks awesome.

Vor 10 Monate
James
James

Really cool idea. Would love to see a second iteration of this using the lessons learned and ideas from the comments (and all black outside XD). Especially the different coloured epoxy basting for wood coating inside before pouring and possibly peeking through the cracks on the sides. And light shining down instead of up - when it's shining up from the bottom it accentuates dust particles on the surface. I have partial trypophobia. The pattern on the log didn't bother me but lotus seeds and certain other pictures freak me out and disgust me. 😂

Vor 9 Monate
Jack Gott
Jack Gott

Beautiful work. I will definitely be watching more. Thank you.

Vor 11 Monate
sloan
sloan

Cool project. Thanks for making this. My two cents on the aesthetics: The abruptness and pseudo-randomness of the natural wood areas detracted from the cleanliness of the epoxy, and didn't necessarily create a harmonious contrast. I think the exposed natural wood portions of the exterior could be more successful if they were gradated. You could achieve smooth transitions by grinding initially 1 out 10 in an area, and gradually progressing to 10/10 in an area. Alternatively, you could try burring varying sizes of divots in a gradual manner. Look at the printing technique of half tones as an example.

Vor year
Savage DIY
Savage DIY

Looks awesome I love the contrast I do that on some of my axe handles!

Vor 7 Monate
Traveling man
Traveling man

😍All the way thru, I was thinking lights in the bottom so I was happy to see you do that. I agree, it would’ve looked even nicer if the charred top area got some of the light.

Vor 4 Monate
Miss B
Miss B

Love the idea of turning it into a lit side table. I think the contrasts looked decent but maybe the pattern was a bit uneven for me.

Vor 10 Monate
stevensusername
stevensusername

🔥Question / idea: You said it was hard to look into the charcoaled pit, due to it entirely being filled up with resin. Wouldn't it be possible to leave it empty without filling it up? You could place a glass plate surface on it. Or, if you want it with resin, perhaps flip your project upside down and place the tree stump in a small resin bath to make like a resin surface? Than I think you would create a cavity which would increase the visibility, ánd have it surfaced of with resin so you can use it as a table. Just an idea. Would such an approach be feasible? Cool project.

Vor 10 Monate
Weather as a Weapon
Weather as a Weapon

Turned out pretty cool man! I’d be tempted to try carving out a few of those thin cracks that run down the sides of the stump, carve them out all the way down to the epoxy center... this way when you light it up, the colored light effect would glow through the cracks around around the sides as well as the top surface.

Vor year
nachojones1
nachojones1

You could drill a hole down to the epoxy core and then back fill it with more epoxy. You could do lot of "shafts" at different angles, and/or colors. Same idea but they would be filled. (not sure if that's what you were thinking) and if you had a strong enough light they would throw little circles of light on the ceiling or floor. Might be cool.

Vor year
Drmom 144
Drmom 144

Wow, cool 😎 idea!

Vor year
james shurling
james shurling

Beautiful. Considering the work involved, it's awesome

Vor 9 Monate
YGE
YGE

This looks so cool great job! 🤙🏽

Vor 11 Monate
SadistFurret420
SadistFurret420

This looks freaking awesome... looks like a really cool candle drip / pixelation thing

Vor 9 Monate
TrickyE
TrickyE

🧐 love the video, the channel and the process behind it all! The mirror finish was really awesome too, but I think I'm with your wife on this job haha Not sure if you'll see this 11 months later, but I'd love to know why you hate that Bosch router though. I'm in the market for one and was considering Bosch. Thanks!

Vor year
Brian Chew
Brian Chew

Love the maker spotlight idea, it's a great way to grow the woodworking community. I Will definitely be checking out Matt's channel.

Vor 2 years
David S
David S

Totally agree. Matt’s channel having only has a few videos, and judging from what I’ve seen, he’s placing a premium on quality/creativity (vs. quantity).

Vor 2 years
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio

Thanks brian, happy to spread the word

Vor 2 years
Sled
Sled

🔥 I always enjoy your projects. A better LED light might have helped show the depth of the clear pour. The outside of the table…. Almost called it a stump, looks unique. Thanks for sharing. 🤙🏼

Vor 9 Monate
Neil Hatterick
Neil Hatterick

I know this is a year old, but I just started watching your videos and subscribed. I've gotten one of those fire logs before and I had trouble keeping it lit. So I elevated it on a couple bricks so the fire could breathe and burned inside outwards. For the light, would it work if you drilled the hole further?

Vor 26 Tage
Hazel Rah
Hazel Rah

❤‍🔥 love it. definitely inspiring. i think if you could bring back the effect you have at 4:51, that dark reddish/black that shows up after removing some of the char, maybe with a stain, it would look cool too.

Vor 22 Tage
Arley Loeffler
Arley Loeffler

This was an amazing "art' project in my view. I wouldn't use it in my house, but as an art piece, it's great

Vor year
teegee70
teegee70

Agreed. The idea is there, but needs to be fleshed out a bit. Like Bob Ross says, "there are no mistakes, just happy accidents" 😊

Vor year
The Bob Loblaw Show !
The Bob Loblaw Show !

I love this build. It’s awesome.

Vor 4 Monate
Evilsizer82
Evilsizer82

man that looks great! one thing i would love to see this as, is a thin layer of resin on the outside with some metallic flake to it. same thing on the inside but on the first few coats going on, dont add the flakes to the rest of the mix that fills it in. always keep trying different things, you never know what i going to be a stand out product!

Vor year
Kristina M Bowen
Kristina M Bowen

I absolutely love this piece. I would place a crystal keepsake or sculpture on top where that light comes up. Stunning work!!

Vor 9 Monate
beso
beso

My man this is the first time I've seen your content and I already love the "bootlegginess", keep doing what you're doing brother

Vor year
Leighton Leighton
Leighton Leighton

This is probably one of my favourite projects you’ve done so far, please do more experimental pieces like this in the future

Vor year
David S
David S

Love this adventurous/experimental content… it’s invaluable and hope to use all the creative elements, likely in different projects as the final result of this piece was just OK — especially by his standard of excellence.

Vor year
Joshua Cormett
Joshua Cormett

I would love to see a sort of design like this, where you fill the trichomes with a gold/dark brown or maybe a dark blue epoxy then sand it down and clear cote, i think that design would look nice on a table or anything really

Vor 10 Monate
BadZodiac
BadZodiac

🔥 cool project idea! I love how the pattern turned out. Initially I thought you were going to sand the char off of the ridges in the pattern. 👍 A thought on the light… You may be getting interference from the mass surrounding the puck. Most of those unit use a very low power signal.

Vor 11 Monate
Paul G.
Paul G.

That is a beautiful wood stump table. I like how clear and glass like the crystal epoxy came out.i personally would have rather the outside kept all burnt and black, but it still looks good. 👍

Vor 11 Monate
william huon
william huon

13:50 beat part of the video. Cams reflection! Love the videos I can’t wait to start woodworking too

Vor 11 Monate
B T
B T

If you do another project like this with the light, try adding a mirror prism above the light fixture so the light is more dispersed on the burnt surfaces. Also consider leaving bubbles in to catch the light.

Vor year
Wigglesworth
Wigglesworth

Love the 🔥stump! I have nine and one half toes so I'm still wearing sandals. I live near you (east of Woodburn) and I have a lot of black walnut ends that are like half-round slabs with one flat side and the other side is still the bark covered exterior. There's a ton of figure in these slabs and I'd like to give you a piece to see what you can do with it. Goby didn't get this one but they've been to my place a few times and bought some BW and Bastone. There's quite a lot of ash and big leaf maple here as well. Thanks for the great video!

Vor year
Lisa T
Lisa T

😍I Love that stump! Was thinking of those old fibre optic lights or maybe led fairy lights embeded in the epoxy or if you drilled from the bottom and sides bunch of small holes. Get a starry pattern inside🤔 and another idea is stump table with glass top and the wood could just be sealed and then put fairy lights and seasonal decore inside... like you can do with center pieces. I love the artistic part of the drips down the side. Going with your gut is a good idea!. I would love to see different bits for different fun patterns

Vor 2 Monate
Surgery Studio
Surgery Studio

🤔You inspired me to do my first charred wood project and I became absolutely addicted!!!! I made a custom sink base and shelves, and my first barn door with a custom handle just to name a few of the many projects I tackled. I loved the little flame look on the table, and the alternating patterns on this one is cool…..but I agree with your wife, I liked it better all Black. 🙃

Vor 10 Monate
Paul The Great
Paul The Great

I find that table very interesting as well, I've been watching your videos for a while I'm one of those people that kind of does off but I'm wanting to instead of buying a bedside table for my room building it!

Vor 8 Monate
Basti
Basti

🪵 as much as I enjoy watching these experimental videos, I can‘t wait until your next epoxy table built - although it‘s kinda the same for every table I still think it‘s entertaining and fun to watch 🙂

Vor 2 years
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio

That’s great to hear. I always think people get tired of them

Vor 2 years
M S
M S

This piece is super amazing. I would definitely keep this in my room. All the while you were pouring epoxy i was thinking this can have lights in it and then it did. Now i want to try n make this.

Vor year
Ed Kohl
Ed Kohl

At first when you started sculpting the outside, I was asking myself "what the hell is he doing", then as the pattern started taking shape I thought it was a hell of a job. The time spent must have been considerable. I also thought that chasing the drips with a fine grit version of the same diameter created something very different and interesting. All in all, every one of your videos that I watch teaches me something besides the appreciation of seeing quality craftsmanship in a time where they are attempting to make everything disposable. Thank you for your hard work and your attention to detail.

Vor 9 Monate
Audrey Mona Lisa
Audrey Mona Lisa

😂 Love your videos! I really like the idea of getting this burnt cavity lit up, would make for a very cool side table! I have an idea for getting the inside of that stump lit up better, if you try this again. If you made a lip just on the inner part of the opening, you could hide an LED rope that will shine light down into the chamber from above without making the bulb visible or blinding the viewer.

Vor 4 Monate
Andrew David
Andrew David

Been glued to your channel today. I’ve always been handy and love projects but I haven’t worked with slabs and epoxy as much as I would like. Where did you start your journey? How long have you been doing this type of work?

Vor 6 Monate
Mikesxrs300
Mikesxrs300

I liked the outside fully charred really like the light idea too. I wonder if the light was brighter if that would brighten it up more

Vor year
Jason Dinobile
Jason Dinobile

🔥as always. Thank you for the time making these beautiful pieces.

Vor 9 Monate
Alexandra Blackhurst
Alexandra Blackhurst

Great piece !!! Love your experiments and artistic style. Fantastic

Vor 4 Monate
Camille Bunder
Camille Bunder

I really love the contrast of the dark and light dimples!

Vor 9 Monate
PutZmeister13 N.A.F.I.G.Gaming Combat Officer
PutZmeister13 N.A.F.I.G.Gaming Combat Officer

🕵 Cam I might be a year late but I actually enjoyed that one. The Led lights have gotten a lot better over time they have some with a separate IR module that will give you 4 to 6 inches away from the lights to mount so that your remote will work every time. More light projects please

Vor 9 Monate
Cian Moriarty
Cian Moriarty

I'm guessing that's not going to work without the ir receiver mounted in line of sight. So radio based wireless might be the way to go. ESP32 might be a thing although I'm sure radio controlled LEDs are probably a thing now.

Vor 2 Monate
Michael Castaneda
Michael Castaneda

Oh man I wish I could afford some of that epoxy! It looks like soo much fun & even more satisfying to finish!! I LOVE what you did with this! It really stands tall & proud! 👏❤

Vor year
Philip Howie
Philip Howie

😍 the table! Really like the legs, which elevate it to a much more elegant piece. I was expecting a larger diameter glass top or something like that

Vor 7 Monate
Katherine Wolfe
Katherine Wolfe

🕳 👀That is completely bizarre, and my wife and I both *love* it! My sister was an art major and she used to do crazy stuff like this all the time. This is how I can tell you're a true artist. 🙂

Vor year
Jacqueline Bergman
Jacqueline Bergman

These maker spotlights are a great idea! 👏 I love the polish you achieved on the top. I don't mind the contrasting pattern, but I wish it had been stained so that it was a bit darker and richer, or maybe gold leaf the contrasting parts. I know you were going for a natural look on the sides but I wonder how it would have looked with a glossier finish.

Vor 11 Monate
Robert Marlow
Robert Marlow

🔥. I love it! Very rustic/punkish. Would look great in a log cabin next to a fireplace!!

Vor 6 Monate
Elliott Sorensen
Elliott Sorensen

Like the project, but an idea I had was to either find a “fire” light instead of the puck or create a insert that burns a little gas in the same part

Vor year
Timothy Earp
Timothy Earp

So the thing that might be an interesting effect is adding red to your seal coat on the interior of the log to give off a little "still burning" vibe and then something in the first pour to diffuse the light a little bit. Cool idea.

Vor 9 Monate
AS Tzfat
AS Tzfat

🔥 Awesome! Wood grain is it's own beauty! Whoda thought to add stippling to the finish! And then the burn effect! Only 4:34 of the way into video - can't wait to see what else is coming! ... Art/creativity is boundless. Beauty in the eyes of beholder... Numerous possibilities. Would love to see how grain would have shown thru without burn. Also liked full burn. Mix became more modern. GREAT top finish! Good legs!

Vor year
Paul Hershey
Paul Hershey

I think you may like this pattern - blackened and natural wood - as it resembles Wisteria which is a popular motif in Japan. Looks great!

Vor year
Vatican Cameos
Vatican Cameos

🧨🔥🏆 I love the half-and-half finish. It also gives a slight nod to the process involved for those who haven't watched the video. Fabulous work! 🖤

Vor 9 Monate
Mattias Otto
Mattias Otto

🍉 I’m not opposed to the decorative stump, I just feel like it was attacked with a Mellon baller. I also assumed it would have a glass table top so it would be a mildly useful coffee table. Either way it’s a fun idea and the only failure is not trying at all 😇🔥

Vor year
Brandon Luter
Brandon Luter

I love this idea! White spots and all! You are super creative and talented!!!

Vor 11 Monate
James Evins
James Evins

🤑I love the final project build. I think it is unique and beautiful.

Vor 11 Monate
Only My Opinion Tech
Only My Opinion Tech

I think the puck light you used was IR rather than RF so they need to be line-of-sight with the remote. Cool table and i think the legs were a good choice.

Vor year
Jonathan Browne
Jonathan Browne

😎! That's something I've never seen before. Amazing! I think the contrasting really works with this piece, but of course, I'm no design expert, and certainly wouldn't want to completely disagree with anyone's wife! It's all about personal choices. Cheers from TO!

Vor 9 Monate
Barry Sparks
Barry Sparks

🥃 I wasn’t sure where this was going. Out of the box and unique. I repeatedly hear you remark about “what order people think “… screw what other people think, just do you and what you think. Your work speaks for itself.

Vor year
Logan Montgomery
Logan Montgomery

Idk why but this woodworking or machining/engineering type of video is my favorite kind of content on youtube its so entertaining

Vor 7 Monate
Eric Morton
Eric Morton

Cool project. The top was beautifully finished, and the idea for the up-light was clever. I'm with your wife on the finish for the sides. Another commenter suggested a reddish tint. I think maybe a bronze or other color that paired well with the color of the legs. That way part of the outside would pair with the top, and the other with the legs.

Vor 2 Monate
Frankie Dangerous
Frankie Dangerous

This is such a cool idea and worked out well , i got a spalted walbut stump with a natural hollowed spot from the animaals and been looking for an idea of what to do with it and i think this is super cool

Vor year
Finn Campbell
Finn Campbell

Great job . Love the deep epoxy centre. Personally i liked it black

Vor 9 Monate
Alex H
Alex H

Love to own a piece of your work .love anything that is different or out there keep it up and one day I might be a to get one of your projects

Vor 9 Monate
Thomas Anderson
Thomas Anderson

that's pretty cool. At my old job, we used to sand blast wood shutters(pine) that would just remove the soft wood.

Vor 8 Monate
TheLizzylue
TheLizzylue

😲 I loved the contrast! And the brass legs went great with it!

Vor year
Judson's Discretionary Metalworks
Judson's Discretionary Metalworks

😍 I love the project and absolutely love the Maker Spotlight. I haven't got my channel going yet, but will let you know when there is something worth watching. Your work is so inspiring AND you are willing to share mistakes and fixes so we can all learn! Thank you Cam!

Vor year
Jackie Vance
Jackie Vance

Love love this!

Vor 10 Monate
Mark Russell
Mark Russell

😄 Lots of good information. The top edge needs a rim of some kind. Bore out the bottom a bit to have the light move closer to the middle to allow the light to be more effective. Cool project.

Vor 10 Monate
Shane H
Shane H

Looks great! I would have used orange dye in the epoxy to make it look like it had a fire burning inside to go with the char colour, That's just my preference though.

Vor 11 Monate
Mary Ellen Gillin
Mary Ellen Gillin

🔥If you try one of these again, you could add a little mica powder to the resin you paint into the cracks inside to make them catch the light. Would especially look good in red on this one, like embers still glowing- especially if you flipped the LEDs to red, too. Just found your channel, and I'm really enjoying your content.

Vor 9 Monate
Thais Publio
Thais Publio

Starting with polishing, I couldn't close my mouth, IT WAS AMAZING!!!!! It was so cool! Yeah, a shame the insides weren't so visible, but still, so amazing!!

Vor 9 Monate
Kerry Ramirez
Kerry Ramirez

Nice design. Love the texture. As an artist I have found that the "accidents" like Bob Ross said, "happy accidents," always seem to add something, not detract from the design.

Vor 5 Monate
Jeremy Burke
Jeremy Burke

🔥As an "ex-3Mer" I say you did an awesome job. I used to sell those finishing products. And yes, we... well, they... recommend Step 1, 2, 3, all after going up to about a 1500 grit buff. If you need that level of mirror finish or automotive finish then they are awesome. But I think for wood, typically the Satin finish is best for tops.... just my opinion. glad to see this project. I have a large 24" stump in my basement that was there when we moved in about 17 years ago. It's got a decent crack in it spanning the length. But I was thinking of shaping it down to a glass of of Guinness Beer! I doubt I can create the nitro falling effect that Guinness has but regardless... it may just be a pint nonetheless!

Vor 11 Monate
sherman614
sherman614

🔥🔥I love the contrasting design! I absolutely love your work and channel, I can't believe I just discovered it today. Time to go on a watching marathon!

Vor 5 Monate
Linda Doss
Linda Doss

♥I love the contrast of colors, I do resin work, tables etc. I just got all kinds of new ideas. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I love it, I would put a pair of them in my house in a heartbeat.

Vor 5 Monate
Pedro Giacomim
Pedro Giacomim

About the "not seeing the charcoal inside when you look down into it" Maybe if you had used epoxy on just the "table top" part... meaning a 2inch pour with the log face down, so when it cures and you flip it over you get kind of a 2inch glass to top the log, then maybe you could have it easier to look inside and also save dozens of hours and epoxy

Vor year

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