Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays joyous celebrators, WoodReviewer here with the 25th and final day of my 2020 Advent Calendar. Yes, today is the final day of this year’s advent calendar, the one day each year that I put serious effort into the calendar, and whose gift the entire year’s calendar is leading towards. So, what is the great final gift in this year’s calendar? A random household item that no one has? Something to do with that random roofing tile I gave? Or is it some secret item that suddenly combines all the items together in a way that makes sense?
If you guessed any of the above you are wrong, as it is a staple of my advent calendars that has been missing all year so far:
A chair. But not just any chair specifically, it is a throne.
Now I’m sure some of you think that this is fairly impressive, but don’t see how exactly it is good enough to qualify for the final gift in an advent calendar. To see that, you need to come to the light.
And I don’t mean as in death or seeing that you should use proper wood grain, I mean move the throne out into the light.
Yes, I carved my face into the back of the throne. Yes, it was pointless and took way longer than it reasonably should have, and yes I could have done it faster in Blender but I didn’t feel like opening up Blender to do it. But in the end, I feel like this result is good enough for those of you who have gotten this far in this year’s calendar.
Anyway, that is all for this year’s calendar. I hope those of you that read these enjoyed this year’s calendars and will find the gifts somewhat useful for you in some way, shape, or form. But with that said, that is all for this year’s calendar, be sure to come back next year for another massive waste of time for everyone involved.