One of these crazy picture frames wraps around the corner of a wall and the other one set into an inside corner. These were really a challenge to make, but I love the way they turned out. And…

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  1. I don't know which is better sometimes the videos or the comments. I'm going to try that plexi bending thing with my embossing tool and see how it works. You've probably created a monster showing that. I've heard that cutting walnut can be more dangerous than other wood because of something in it. Is that accurate information? Thanks for including your errors as well. I'm a quilter and it's actually happened to me mitering and binding edges. Longer is definitely better though. Very cool project, too!

  2. I could be wrong, but I think that both the problems with gluing each half and the problems with cutting the pieces wrong would be avoided if you first make a flat rectangular frame, and then bevel-cut the two long sides at the midpoint. (And then assemble the two halves as before.)

  3. When you re-cut the bevels to length, you reduced the length of one side, but it seems you never cut the other side (with the correct bevel direction) to match the reduced length of the corrected sides.
    2:51 You recut the bevels
    3:08 You can see the different lengths here

    Not sure if that was corrected before the final build, as a recut on the correct bevels was never shown. This is probably why it was not perfectly square.
    I'm pretty sure nobody will notice on the wall, so it's all good.

  4. That is So Awesome, Wife is buying me a 10” Sliding Compound Miter Saw for My up coming 61st Birthday April 4th and this will be my first Project for sure for sure !
    Thx’s
    Love all your Videos so keep them coming !
    Being a Rookie at woodworking I think I can I think I can do this too ! LOL