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Evets 07-31-2010 10:22 AM

Photo test
I'm new to posting here and hope to show you all my oven build progress, but first I need to learn to post photos. If I'm successful, I'll start a new thread.

Evets 07-31-2010 10:27 AM

Re: Photo test
Well, that wasn't so hard. It's not the same format as most here, but I kinda like the bigger photos anyway.
I'll be starting a thread soon under Pompeii oven construction entitled Evs' Oven Build.

nissanneill 08-01-2010 05:57 AM

Re: Photo test
you can also have them as attached thumbnails which are enlarged to the final size that you have attached to your posting by simply attaching them without re-selecting the paperclip (attach files tag) which places the pics within your post and enlarged.
But keep them coming!



Evets 08-01-2010 03:29 PM

Re: Photo test
4 Attachment(s)
Something like this, then?

Attachment 20744Attachment 20745Attachment 20746Attachment 20747

nissanneill 08-03-2010 06:26 AM

Re: Photo test
Now your talkin'.
It reduces your posting size still allowing those who want to see more detail in your pics, to enlarge them if desired.



pduany 08-03-2010 09:12 AM

Re: Photo test
Nice looking stand. I see you put a column in the center, did I miss that in the plans or is that a modification to the standard plans? Also d you have a closeup of the over hang form you built I would like to add that in mine as ell but am unsure how to do it.


Evets 08-04-2010 09:51 AM

Re: Photo test
I posted more pics under Pompeii oven construction. I don't think the center support was in the plans but I've seen it used somewhere before. I figured it couldn't hurt, so I put it in. Now I'll never worry about whether I needed it or not.
I included the closest shots I have of the overhang. I hope it helps.
I must say that I found the plans a bit frustrating at times. It seems every photo used as an example is of a different oven, and some of the dimensions given are inconsistent. Overall though, the plans give a pretty good idea of what it should end up like.

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