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Discussion in 'Worklogs' started by slipperyskip, Feb 17, 2011.
I'm interested to see where this is going.
Same here... no intro SlipperySkip? Or, does it add to the suspense of no one knowing what the final product will be
is the coffee cup to make sure your push/pull strokes are smooth? sorta like what the cup of water in Fujiwara Takumi's ae86 was supposed to do? i kid. i kid. looking forward to this.
F*** load of radiator mounts? Looks exciting .
Out of curiosity, why did you opt for a hacksaw for the acrylic, rather than a scoring tool?
The master at work again!
This thread is relevant to my interests
Ahh! I wonder if we'll see the "accidental" mis-shipped hardware surface in this build? Always fun to follow along with your projects.
this could be interesting
correction, this is very interesting. Can't wait to see how it turns out
So are you planning a water cooled PC with a waterfall reservoir?
Even if plexi is used to keep splashing down, this would be so cool.
I also thought it would be cool but I doubt I could pull it off. I'm taking inspiration from several different FLLW designs and Fallingwater is just one of them.
Bro, you know im in love with this! I love all your wood working!
looking forward to more on this one.
Very cool. Big Wright fan.
Case mod= Awesome
Falling Water= Awesome
Michelob Ultra= Horrific
tedious work! Looks fantastic!
been wondering when there'd be more updates. keep it up.
your attention of detail is awesome.
can't wait to see more !
Wow, this is a hell of a piece of work! keep it up, I can't wait to see the finished product
I love these updates.
This is gonna be a sweet piece of furniture that just so happens to have a computer in it.
Very nice work.
Excellent choice in colors. The build is looking great so far.
The design is awesome. Always loved Frank Lloyd Wrights designs. Some years ago i put down new flooring in one of the homes he designed. Very cool.
This is beautiful. I'm in the middle of a non asthetic-centric build, but after I finish it, my next build will be not unlike this one.
Thanks for posting. I'm psyched to see where you take it.
Nice work and the Frank Lloyd Wright influences are showing through.
I had seen the glass panels in books before. I especially like the three panels that have the
small B&W checkerboard inserts at the top. I was surprised that I never noticed an
American flag in the first panel. Frank the patriot...
Thanks. That is the Coonley Playhouse Assembly Room Triptych Window. It can be seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. It was designed for a children's playroom and represents an American parade scene. Not many FLW stained glass designs have circles in them.
Looking great, keep up the good work!