I Tested Viral Shark Carving Table Again!

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Published 2024-07-07
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All Comments (21)
  • @tonyyetman6896
    The ripple carving in the water absolutely made the difference. Great project!
  • @YouTube
    just in time for shark week! 🦈
  • @teddyoshell2993
    My favorite part of this was all the shots and references to the other shark table rather than keeping it hidden. You exposed your growth as a woodworker/builder which, as a viewer who is also a woodworker/builder, means a lot. You never pretend to be perfect yet you use what you've learned help all your viewers grow with you. Great work to the whole team!
  • @WantedVisual
    I vote we combine the "all animal epoxy tables all the time" idea with the "head popping out" idea and am gonna say... Hippo table.
  • @jonnyboris
    I was not convinced that the carving would work and I was so wrong. The ripples look amazing and really make the whole piece work. Top stuff. 🤘
  • @ToshaDCary
    I was not convinced that the carving would work and I was so wrong. The ripples look amazing and really make the whole piece work. Top stuff.
  • I never comment on your videos, I literally just watched this video on my tv and then had to grab my phone, go to my history, click on your video again just to say.... Holy shit you boys nailed this one. Like that is some shit to be proud of for real, absolutely awesome execution and result.
  • @michaelross8794
    SUUUHHHH-WEEET! Very nicely done. AND, as a scuba diver, I know EXACTLY what you need to do with that table. You need to donate it to a scuba shop (there are a some good ones near you), maybe in exchange for some intro diving lessons. Your "trade" would expose a local business to the world AND give us all a chance to watch you "shenanigize" an amazing experience that all of the guys in your shop should try. Don't worry though. Those lessons are given in a pool...very safe, but so "squirrelly-izable".
  • Your best Great White Porpoise Table yet !!!! The ripples made it all more realistic, good addition.
  • @TIoerSoec
    I am a shark fan and loved the last one you did. You stepped up your game on this one. The ripple effect was well worth your time. I can not wait to see the next one you do. Keep up the awesome work guys!!!!
  • @EricAndMirna
    Killer table!!! The waves get chef’s kiss! I agree that having the head up and mouth gaping open would be next level!!!
  • @thepagan5432
    Definitely an improvement on number 1. The same looks really good and makes it pop. My only critique is that the shark looks too symmetrical, it needs to show movement within the shark. Sharks twist and bend in the water, which obviously makes your job harder. Good post, entertaining. 👍
  • The Bowing lines from the shark really tied it all together, beautiful art work 💯
  • @FatCamp2010
    crystallization is something that occurs with all epoxy (side A), it can happen without warning but typically occurs when stored someplace below 60F. It can be reversed, put the sealed containers in a hot water bath and get the material inside up to 130F, shake every 20 minutes, and once its flowing smooth, let it cool back to room temp and use as normal.