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“A Nest of Dragon Eggs” by Tim Terras

“A Nest of Dragon Eggs” by Tim Terras

“Magical Pearl Vase” by George Partal

“Magical Pearl Vase” by George Partal

“Coastline Telecaster Guitar” by Max Shen, all prize-winning entries in the Woodcraft “Pour to Win” contest.

“Coastline Telecaster Guitar” by Max Shen, all prize-winning entries in the Woodcraft “Pour to Win” contest.

Woodcraft, which offers an extensive line of urethane and epoxy resins, colorants, molds and other products to support resin casting artists, opened a “Pour to Win” contest in March that closed with 530 entries.

“We are very pleased with the response,” Woodcraft president and CEO Jack Bigger said in a statement. “It confirmed the growing interest among makers to create with resins. Congratulations to the five winners and a big thank you to all the entrants for participating.”

Max Shen of Redwood, Calif., won the Judges Award for the “Coastline Telecaster Guitar” featuring pearlescent resin inlays, a California ash burl body, walnut neck and rosewood fretboard.

David Ison of Catlettsburg, Ky., won the People’s Choice Award for a coffee table made from a walnut slab, spit in two pieces and filled in with a resin pour.

George Partal of Bangor, Maine; Tim Terras of Spring Creek, Nev., and Chris Yacoub were runnerups.

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