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beeswaxed floors

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Shiny! Fancy!

 

I would love a second option for the current wood floors (much like brick vs round brick wall/floors options)

 

Would really show off some of the Fine Carpentry furnishings we have gotten over the last few years.

 

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It's not like people are going to be immediately clamoring for new, beautiful rugs to go on them or anything ...

 

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looks good! +1
 :) id' add 2 sides for walls :) so you can paint one and keep blank another side / or paint it different colour 

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Would love some round rugs in varius diameters...   I'll + 0.5 this until then!

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Just for Nomadikhan, sneaks in a couple rounds of round rugs, as no one can deny that type looks especially yummy on beeswaxed wood floors: 

(imagine the various dimensions as small, medium, large ...)

 

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Hmmm   ... Maybe be able to beeswax all fine carpentry furniture items. ..  If you want to make it a "special perk" type thing, it's a recipe  Fine carpentry picks up at level 70, called FRENCH POLISH. Uses the new graphics engine shaders to add both a slight darkness plus a shine, to make it stand out a bit from normal furniture.  Requires some help from a decently skilled Alchemist, who makes the actual polish for the Fine Carenter to use (cross skill)

 

materials used:

  • Beewax - from bees, duh!
  • Wire brush or some sort of rubbing tool, maybe a pelt is fine.
  • Turpentinea fluid obtained by the distillation of resin from live trees, mainly pines.  Uses the alcohol Beverage skill maybe, or just Cooking. 
  • Linseed oil usually requires FLAX, which actually would be a lovely new farm crop with many many other potenial future uses (Linen cloth, linseed oil for paints-not-dyes, goldleaf gilding,  many food and medicine uses.)

However for the short term, perhaps cottenseed oil will work as well.

 

 

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FLAX  -- how has Wurm survived without it for so long? Good for Cooking, Alchemy, Fine Carpentry, Tailoring, more.

 

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it is SOOO PRETTYY !!!

 

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Used in the future at some unknown time, for LINEN CLOTH (you know, when we do the 2027 Textiles Overhaul with Fur Clothing etc etc ...)

 

Part of a HIGH LEVEL TAILORING OVERHAUL

 

 Linen is laborious to manufacture, but the fiber is very strong, absorbent and dries faster than cotton. Garments made of linen are valued for their exceptional coolness and freshness in hot and humid weather.

 

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Linen rope also has many useful uses!   SEE:   WEAVING TOUR WAY TO SUCCESS

 

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someone take away my coffee ... I am doing it again :(  

 

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+1 but only if you get a random chance to slip and break your neck

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Now we're talking!   +10

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On ‎5‎/‎26‎/‎2019 at 9:30 AM, Brash_Endeavors said:

Hmmm   ... Maybe be able to beeswax all fine carpentry furniture items. ..  If you want to make it a "special perk" type thing, it's a recipe  Fine carpentry picks up at level 70, called FRENCH POLISH. Uses the new graphics engine shaders to add both a slight darkness plus a shine, to make it stand out a bit from normal furniture.  Requires some help from a decently skilled Alchemist, who makes the actual polish for the Fine Carenter to use (cross skill)

 

materials used:

  • Beewax - from bees, duh!
  • Wire brush or some sort of rubbing tool, maybe a pelt is fine.
  • Turpentinea fluid obtained by the distillation of resin from live trees, mainly pines.  Uses the alcohol Beverage skill maybe, or just Cooking. 
  • Linseed oil usually requires FLAX, which actually would be a lovely new farm crop with many many other potenial future uses (Linen cloth, linseed oil for paints-not-dyes, goldleaf gilding,  many food and medicine uses.)

However for the short term, perhaps cottenseed oil will work as well.

 

 

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FLAX  -- how has Wurm survived without it for so long? Good for Cooking, Alchemy, Fine Carpentry, Tailoring, more.

 

benefits_of_flaxseed_HEADER.jpg

 

it is SOOO PRETTYY !!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well, Wemp is our FLAX, it just made me wonder why we never got the chance to make wemp cloth. Yet we cannot even use a spindle to make Wool into strings. sooo wogical

 

I m also totally for more visual rugs also, tapestries.

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