red metal and reclaimed wood bench by tim sway perspectives

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instead of high-speed, in this week’s vid, i try to capture what a full day in my shop is really like, in real time, but in fewer than 5 minutes. did it work? oh, and this bench is for sale at timsway.etsy.com.

thanks for watching,
tim

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14 Comments

  1. Nice, love your music too…

  2. Great build. I like the real time format much better than the high speed. I look forward to more videos like this one.

  3. Marc Eaton says:

    Very nice job Tim, always look forward to your videos.

  4. I like the real time much more than some of the sped up video's . You have a great sense and artistic touch to your work and this particular video with your music was a real pleasure to watch . Thanks for all of the videos you share .

  5. Tim, I'm digging everything you're doing. Keep it up! You are inspiring me to make stuff. Thanks.

  6. KSFWG says:

    It was a real joy to watch this video!

  7. Didn't like the looks of the red, but loved the reclaimed wood and the overall simplicity of the design. Thanks for sharing, enjoyed the video.

  8. Didn't like the looks of the red, but loved the reclaimed wood and the overall simplicity of the design. Thanks for sharing, enjoyed the video.

  9. Nice build and cool tunes… Did you upgrade to using gas for welding instead of flux core?

  10. Haha! Good thought process.

  11. Love it. I usually use high-speed in my own videos, but it is inspiring to see what you can achieve in a video using slow-speed. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Tim Elley says:

    Always enjoy your videos, but have to say I preferred this style.  I felt I got a much better sense of what you are doing.

  13. The editing totally works. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Joel

  14. I know I'm hitting on an old video, but I've been working on putting together a video of the shelves I built. I realize that a lot of my time is spent looking at wood, trying to decide what side I want which way, flipping it around and back again, rotating it, feeling edges to make sure things are lined up. A very slow process.

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