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 Post subject: You Want "Larry Green"??
PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2010 7:21 pm 
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...you got "Larry Green"

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Built from a picture. My first attempt at glass doors, they turned out pretty good. I used Target waterbourne lacquer for a top coat, I love the stuff.

Thanks for looking.

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BEAUTIFUL!!!!! :-D 8) :-D
Both the cabnet and the color! :-D
You did good on the glass doors but, the whole thing looks nice and I really like the color too.

Rog

PS. I know you take alot of teasing about "Larry Green" (I do most of it) but, I really think it looks very rich and I do enjoy seeing some things painted now and again. 8)

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Now THAT's what I'm talking about.... awesome piece, nice rich color

Lawrence


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It looks real good Larry, but isn't your truck that same color also. I like the doors for a first I would have never known.

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Nice Larry!
I like it lots.

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Buddy,

Now that is what we've been waiting for!! :shock: :D

Right color (colour for our Britts) and a darn nice job too. If those were your first time glass doors you would never know you had not been building them for years.

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Really nice, Larry! We need a dose of "Larry Green" once in a while. Did you have much trouble with fitting the glass? How is it held in place? You do fantastic work, my friend!!


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Nice job on the cabnet Larry.
I've been wonting to try waterborne lacqure but haven't gotten arounto it yet.

Have a great day.


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I like that Larry.Got lots of character and very well proportioned.

Nice work buddy.I bet you will get lot of orders for that style of cabinet.


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Perfect, Larry!!!! The glass doors just "make" the piece-- it wouldn't look near as good without them!!

I like the Larry Norton Green, too.

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Just plain pretty. Don't know that the green jokes will stop but it does look really nice.


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Yeah Lar - nice - real nice.

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Ah, Larry, I think some termites got after your back panel,,,,,,,,,

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Very nice Larry - looks great!

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That is very nice but think ahead to a hundred years later and some poor sap is going to be cussing "why the heck did that guy paint this anyway" as he's stripping it! :-D


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Nice work Larry, you do good work.

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Beautiful job Larry. :D

Glad to see you've been putting some shop time.

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That is very nice. Nice clean shop too!

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Another nice piece Larry.


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Nice work Larry! 8)

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