Thanks guys...........it is from the specs. over at A.S.A.P.Originally posted by temponaut@Mar 12 2006, 11:41 AM
Ah... the Madison.Â
That looks mighty fine, TOSPHASER.Â
Did you use the specs from A.S.A.P.?
Very nice work on the padding.Â I understand that's one of the hardest parts to get right.Â It looks about perfect (although there appears to be a very small indentation on the seat pad front and center, causing a minor asymmetry... maybe it's just the light).
I'm looking forward to WIP pics as you continue with the rest of the chair.Â Great job.Â :thumbsupÂ :thumbsupÂ :thumbsup
:lol It's hard to believe that some people may and are still sitting in those while waiting to see the old Doc.Originally posted by apollo@Mar 12 2006, 12:11 PM
...and somewhere in a Doctors waiting room a seat is missing.Â
Looks great so far..
It's an all new and improved chair.............what you see on the other is as far as I got on it..............the new owner is finishing it.........this go-round I want it as screen accurate as possible. :loveOriginally posted by temponaut@Mar 12 2006, 12:33 PM
Whoa.Â It looks as if you're already virtually finished.Â
Are you just re-doing the Madison components to improve the look of your finished chair, or is this a whole new and improved Command Chair, building on what you learned on the first go round?
Cool. The other guy gets a great start on a Command Chair, and you get to hone your vision and skills without ending up with a dozen chairs piled up in the garage. :lolOriginally posted by TOSPHASER@Mar 13 2006, 04:37 AM
what you see on the other is as far as I got on it..............the new owner is finishing it.........this go-round I want it as screen accurate as possible. :love