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Cherry Waltz by ImrikDragon Cherry Waltz by ImrikDragon
Finally finished! This table is carved from cherry wood and took about a year and a half.

This piece was created in three major sections. The base is four layers of two inch thick stock laying down laminated together. The top is made in the same way with two layers. The center is four layers laminated together but standing up instead of laying down. The center was then mortise and tenoned into the base and top. Once I had that form built up I stated the initial shaping with a mini chainsaw and then proceeded to the detail carving with die grinders. It was then sanded and finished with a clear polyurethane.
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Cherry Waltz by ~ImrikDragon ( Suggested by OfOneSoul and Featured by maytel )
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Melodious-Whisperer Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014
Absolutely fluid and stunning!  Amazing what you can do!
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I saw this picture shared somewhere else, and absolutely loved it!! I can't believe I found your page, and now I know who made this stunning, and functional, art!! You are clearly very talented :) I would ask how much you sell it for if I weren't so broke, maybe one day I will. Great work!
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Daws3 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014   General Artist
So beautiful!
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GenkiPuck42 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014
Incredible woodworking, very impressive! I like the way the grain of the wood adds to the sense of movement in the rippling "skirt." While the detail carving is beautiful enough for the the piece to be treated solely as a work of art, it is also placed in a way that would not interfere with its functionality as a table.
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bonitum Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love it
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otherworldartist Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013  Professional General Artist
I found this image while looking for "flowing fabric" references - it's  a masterpiece!
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ToothpickCity Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2013
This is stunning!!! beautiful work!!!
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MissMorgane Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
Incredible ! :wow: The concept is amazing, the time spent is so big, and the final product is so wonderful !! :heart:
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Lost-in-Underland Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013  Student General Artist
WOW
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ningenshinri Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
How beautiful! The time taken to make it was definitely worth it! The wood really moves, and the grain really gives the flare at the bottom visual interest. I don't know a lot about woodworking, but I think it must be satisfying seeing all the little patterns that really give the wood character coming together. Really cool piece!
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