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Old 04-08-2007, 09:38 AM   #21
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Here is some 31/2 " Crown also
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Old 04-17-2007, 12:12 PM   #22
 
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I have a long way to go, O Great One ! You Rock !
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Bad Ass!!!!
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Love the keystones! I do a lot of arches but I haven't seen that one yet.
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I'll tell you what,
That keystone was a real pain to do, As I had to customize the bullnose end caps,Cut them and get them to 45 at that angle.
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I know I've posted already, but I was just perusing today and saw your work again. YOU, my SIR, are a TRUE CRAFTSMAN! Again I pay homage to your talent.
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Cool designs Drywaller ! I hope you get paid what thats worth if you do it for customers.I bet YOU don't have to worry about 'illegal' competition!! TrimTex is awesome,I'd rather do bullnose than metal bead since I've gotten used to it. Hey is it just the perspective or is that 54" on the ceiling?
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Rockhound,
No, All ceilings are regular 4'.

JCardoza I have that crown now above the keystone,Another pain to do but looks cool,Im not sure if I took a pic of it,Ill check and post itif I do.
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Crying shame that this type of work isn't seen out there. This is top-shelf quality, Drywaller. I thought I was good (I'm the guy that makes bad-looking mistakes and repairs disappear, but whoopty-doo compared to this!), but this is taking the trade to the next level.

I'd be interested in picking your brain, and one day taking the stone from your hand.

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impeccable...your "rough carpentry" done by you?,...or do you you work that well w/ a carpenter?
my hat's off to you, your up there w/my grandpa (plaster man)
mudman turned artist...nice
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Old 09-03-2007, 01:42 PM   #31
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No,Im the carpenter also.
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Here is another picture of the framing of the ceiling I found.(me as the carpenter part)
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I want to to build some wainscoting also in this house and was wondering if anybody else has used Trim tex's decorative l-beads to do this with I beleive it is the 691 or 681 style beads.
I will contact trim tex and see if they can send samples and see how they look .
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good job
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Very very nice work, gotta love that trim tex,
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The green room looks edible.
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Very nice, Drywaller!! Patience is a virtue with you, obviously!
You are good, like so many have already said!
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Bravo! ....Art works like these always need an artistic brain, lots of weird imaginations, with hand dexterity, and cleverness. Add an additional good design fee charged to your customer's bill please.
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Has anybody used strait-flexes Panel flex? It is a trim to make raised or recessed panel details in drywall.
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Old 04-23-2009, 09:02 PM   #40
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I hate to ask again,But has anyone used the strait-flex panel flex Materials.
I would like to see some more photos of this product.
I received a DVD on it and it looks pretty nice.

Anybody??

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