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4.83 / 5.00

Aug 7, 2015 | 7:52 PM EDT
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That is a breakfast in bed table I made, with a butterfly ( stylized ) wood-burning on top of it 26´ by 16´. usually work on commissions. don´t have more time in the day to do more..

This is the video of how It was done.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Woodwork is a wonderful skill to have. I like the detail you put into the butterfly. It's got grace and elegance. On a scale of 1-10 how hard is wood burning and what's the best thing about it?

cocolongo responds:

Depends what you consider to be a 10, but it is harder than tattoo and trickier than watercolors, you cannot undo something... once is burnt , or sand everything and start again. precision is important. but patience is the most . I ´d give it a good 6 or 7... ish the best is probably the sense of uniqueness a piece can give you, you cannot replicate it , it could be similar but not really , there are differences in the grain of the wood, and the "hand" that makes it, the cost is higher than a watercolor, of course, given the hours to work on the piece, normally would get you between 800 to 1000 euros per piece if you are on the cheap side of it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So detail! Love how you did the shad and lighting of it too.

cocolongo responds:

Thank you! I am glad you liked it.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The complexity of it looks really nice, it has a lot of depth and layers that make it look wonderful/

cocolongo responds:

Thank you my friend.