LED Light | Sculpture Light with Wood, Resin & LED

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In this video I talk about designing and making a wood and resin light starting from a piece of hard maple that had been thoroughly chewed on by carpenter ants. I used a two part epoxy resin, tinted it blue with a transparent dye, to fill the voids created by the ants. I also added in an area where I added glow in the dark powder. Then I placed a LED strip tape inside to illuminate it. You can find links to all the materials below. Tools: Face Shield https://amzn.to/2GJzrt9 Portable Work Bench https://amzn.to/2Et5iw4 Cordless Stylus Rotary Tool https://amzn.to/2qiE4Ev Angle Grinder https://amzn.to/2GJ9CcK Materials: Resin https://amzn.to/2qcK8y2 Spray Lacquer https://amzn.to/2H38L9Z Creating projects and creating videos of that project process requires maintaining a work space, inventory storage, and project materials. If you would like to help me continue to make projects like this one and offset some of the regular maintenance costs, please consider becoming a Patron on my Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/freemanfurnishings Music by www.bensound.com

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L. Martins Muita saudade. : Belíssimo,essa arte. Fiquei encantado. Martins-artes em PVC.Gravatá-Pernambuco -Brasil. Parabéns aos artistas.

Caren Barnet : Thank you for sharing your intriguing lamp. Loves your ideas...

Dirk Ryan : very cool project! i liked your idea of using saran wrap for holding in the epoxy for curing instead of melamine or some other hard surface which would just make the edges and sides perfectly smooth, uniform, and square. granted, it didn't work as planned, but i love the shape you were able to gave it w/ the grinder and sander-after-the-fact. i'm brainstorming ways to incorporate this into an outdoor deck scenario, so thanks!

Juarez Castro mattar : Muito ,Bonito e nos faz lembrar da TERRA...um pedaço da TERRA!

Mind Made Designs - DIY : Nice made

oooooggmm : Wow sorprendido con su trabajo. Saludos desde el Salvador. Wow so impressed with your work. From el salvador

Felix rivera gonzalez : So beautiful art, I will do it without cutting the angle saw. My respect for you! Thank you.

Sam Dowie : Nice project. Thanks for sharing 😊

Caren Barnet : Thank you for sharing your intriguing lamp. Love your ideas... From Caren in South Australia.

Kimberly Young : Would love a link for the strip of lights that can be encased in resin

Nancy Scheneman : Just caught your view, finally a video your learned as you went ,LOVE IT !!! Lamp was great. I myself have been using reclaimed wood for most and all my wood projects. I learn as I go Sometimes works great and other times it just takes a little bit more creative. Most my work Or projects are flags but I do have two projects on hold that I made with lights into a lamps With resin, of course bubbles is why I stopped,waiting for a little bit better weather. But I am going to Check out your other videos.

michael govers : Hello Katie, don't knock yourself, it's a fine piece of sculpture and it's in its imperfections, there lies its beauty ;)

Kaye Findley : This is very cool. I use a heat gun to get rid of the bubbles, and it does the trick for me, and also pour in layers, and let it set for a few hours before pouring another layer. Some people use a chef’s torch but I prefer the heat gun. I hope you will do more projects with resin, you’re lamp is lovely. New Subscriber by the way. 😉

UCanDoIt2 : Nicely done...  Thanks for sharing!!!!

rhampton67 : Beautiful piece! Now on my project list. What brand of resin did you use?

صلاح الكندري : 👏👏👍

Andys Holzkiste : Hello, the lamp has become fantastic. You have my respect and I take my hat off to you. Greetings from Andy from Germany

Johnson Chong : Idea is good, but result don't seem to be great though. You probably want to add more thoughts into it before making it.

HIPHOP TELETUBY world of josh : Truly amazing work subbed right away 😀

Kyle Henry : Cool project. Did you think about drilling the hole after your resin set? Also maybe drill it almost the way thru, that should help with the light issue.

Kyle Kurek : 4:09 I wad waiting for you to fix that. Awesome video

Amkr da Luciana Henrique Henrique : Bealtiful work.

Oliver Meissner : Echt klasse gemacht sieht super aus 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

dirtdiver59 : impressive work! congratulations!

Brandee Wright : That's awesome. great job. Would you sell it

Jay Dee : Nice job!!!

Patrick Schultka : Well done. Nice job

Modustrial Maker : This is really cool!

jason sanders : Excellent idea well done subbed to see what you get upto in future good luck

mike smith : Was this your first epoxy project? Have you tried other epoxies?

derot Iseng : U're doing good

Bruja solitaria : Estaba muy bonito ese tronco y le diste en la madre con esos cortés

Chestnut Ridge Workshop : That is a cool lamp!!

Claudine Riduet : Sublime !!!! Magnifique !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

John Collette : well done!

Wendy Koopman : Beautiful!

Davi Jou : rrrrealll coool!

nnamdi chris ume : It has an otherworldly effect something from magic land.

Stéphane Perret : Franchement, c'est très laid!! Il y avait moyens de faire bien mieux!! Une horreur!

Shasta Kennon : You should visit woodprix website if you would like to make it by yourself I think.

صلاح الكندري : 👍👍👍👍

Steven Fosbrook : I attempted to turn a rotten piece of wood into a cross with led lights set in. Would have been really cool but it went horribly wrong. Took a few tips of you in this video, thanks. I think we both realise now to pour in stages and/or to coat the wood so it doesn't absorb, yet to find out what I can use for this, I am going to try to brush a thin layer of epoxy on and add several layers poured into mould every 4 hours. It's really fun isn't it :)

BLAQJAK3 : Love it

Arif Zen : 😍😍😍

Seckin Turkmen : 4.40 what did you use

Jaicob Arndt : I'll sub for a cool lamp and super watchable diy instructions, thanks for sharing :)

Andi Setyaki : Is the beutyfull art

Cara ` Bullock : I just want to live in your shop.... come with tools and dog.... lol .. seriously so jealous over tbe shop. Is your last name Freeman?

JHDeery : Awesome project! How were you able to pour so much rain so quickly with minor cracking? And how does you dye it? I love this project. Thanks for sharing!