We’re always stumped at how much to cover in our videos.
But as usual, with our Side Table Series we decided to just give it our all, and make it priced for all with an interest.
So along with the build, we used the last chapter of this Series to cover our two part receipe and approach to ebonising.
The video above gives you a glimpse of the ebonising chapter. We’ve been really impressed with the enthusiasm that this finishing was taken up with and are pleased that so many of you have been giving it ago.
All of the photos here are from Member’s who’ve already knocked up their tables (I’m also impressed that everywhere appears to have been so sunny!).
Member’s Side Tables
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So that brings us to the end of this series (this post is actually rather late) and all of the videos are up and available to binge.
Once again, we’ve been taken back by the fantastic support and response we’ve had to this Series. We’ve compiled some of the comments from the final Chapter below, so you can see what we mean.
You can find full details of the Series, including a short summary video for each of the Chapters by Clicking Here.
A huge thanks to everyone, and to let you know that we’re working round the clock to get the next one out. We’ll be announcing it very soon.
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“Superb, I learn so much from your subscription series it’s great.
You cover subjects rarely discussed at length and with a sobering honestly that makes the learning proces a joy.
The cinematography and editing is first rate and has a sat in your workshop feel to it.
Long may these series continue.” – Simon H
[column size=one_third position=middle ] “I am not a big fun of posting on the web but could not resist…
This project is a killer — I have learned so much following your videos. The last episode is a revelation — hats off to both of you.
I am looking forward to reading Hellen’s further posts on making paints and, definitely, to your new handy work, Richard.
Thank you very much.
P.S. — The video production quality, design and presentation are stunning.” – Slava R
[column size=one_third position=last ]”Hey Richard, You guys did an excellent job on this project. That ebonizing system you have is awesome. I always thought that ebonizing anything would be entirely too complicated. The results from your method were beautiful. Very much looking forward to the hand plane build. Also thank you Helen for your contributions. Keep up the great work.” – John S [/column]
[column size=one_third position=first ]”You are really setting new standards with this series. Congratulations to this great work, reflecting passion in every aspect.” – Stefan E
[column size=one_third position=middle ]”Richard & Helen, this series was absolutely brilliant. For me, the most important lesson is that hand tools can be used efficiently to make modern designs. Well done!” – Dave W
[column size=one_third position=last ]”Congratulaions, to both of you. You have hit it out the park.
I have never seen a better video presentation/learning experience.” – John T [/column]
[column size=one_third position=first ] “Hi Richard. I’ve just finished watching the last video and I have to say I couldn’t be happier subscribing to the series. The information, the skills, the tricks, everything you showed in the series will surely be a great help for me, actually it has already being a great help. I’m planning to build a few of the tables and trying to sell them where I live (Florianopolis, Brazil).
Contratulations to you and Helen. The quality is superb.
Cheers” – Mariano D
[column size=one_third position=middle ]”Richard and Helen – First off, THANK YOU !!
I’ve been watching Richard on You Tube for a good while and I’m glad that I decided to buy into the videos.
Watching these has been an investment that I’m so very pleased with.
Richard, your educational style is more like two old mates having a conversation and talking shop. DON’T CHANGE IT ! – The reference to something the Scots would drink is hilarious and makes everything so much more fun.
In the “For What It’s Worth” department, I an a sound guy for tv and film here in the States and I’m here to tell you that your production quality is top shelf. I notice the audio is much better in this series than in the spoon rack. Well done. Whatever sound improvements you made from then to now did the trick.
I can’t wait to see whats next !!
Aaron “Cujo” Cooley
Atlanta, Ga. USA
[column size=one_third position=last ] “Richard, the technique in this video is alone worth the entire price of the whole series! I cannot WAIT to try it myself, and in myriad applications. Ebonizing sets my brain swirling with ideas. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!” – Seth G[/column]