GUEST STINT WITH SETH LEEMING

May 11, 2015

The walls of The Earnest Workshop have been feeling rather bare lately, so what goes good on walls? Signs!

What better excuse to get both new & old faces into the workshop for a hang and some work filling these empty walls. With many a friend of Earnest always keen for a late night project, first up we had Seth chomping at the bit to get started.

Seth had been telling us for a while now how much use his gas torch setup was getting, so it's about time we saw him in action.

We aren't quite sure what you would call this technique, if there's many guys out their taking it on, or even if it currently has a name. But sitting back and watching Seth work, we were thoroughly enjoying the process.

After a solid night chatting away, and the occasional bit of burning we had some dam fine looking bits of timber.

Lets name this The Earnest Sign project. Next on the to do list, it's time for a bit of metal work.






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