that is very impressive !
SaltwaterServr, Would love to see pics of mother-in-laws ships. I always love to see what other people builds for inspiration.That is absolutely fantastic. Wow. My mother-in-law was a tech theatre teacher for years and has two ships in her backyard. She'd be envious of your build for sure.
There's not much to be inspired by in the photos I could dig up. On the bigger one, we've built a suspension bridge from the ship across to a "lookout" tower so the kiddos can run back and forth. There's a hammock underneath this one. There used to be two sails, but the HOA had thoughts otherwise.SaltwaterServr, Would love to see pics of mother-in-laws ships. I always love to see what other people builds for inspiration.
With markers???? Omg I'm so jealous of your talent....it's absolutely beautiful! !!!Not a great pic, but this is a chair I made a couple of months ago for the Pirate bar. I found this great old chair frame at Goodwill. The caning was busted out. So, I cut a circle out some old plywood, covered it with padding and upholstered it with burlap. After I was finished, I drew the skull and cross bones on with markers. I would love to find a whole set of mismatched chairs to do this with. It was super easy and cheap.
10-1-14 better pics of chair added