Friday, February 18, 2011


Alright, so I happen to have a friend of mine that has deemed the Mario table worthy of making. So, my next project is a 'gaming base' theme table... I know that my follower base is slim... but hey, I check your stuff out religiously so that the reciprocation will provide me with ideas and tasks and hopefully orders.

So NEXT on the list is a game table. My friend likes the outstanding games... you know, CSS (Counter Strike Source), Starcraft dos, WoW (World of Warcraft); for which I hear he was sponsored and apparently top ranked for years.... Oh and who doesn't like Modern Warfare and Halo online? Show of hands for people that don't like it....? Show of hands for douche bags....? No no, you people that raised your hands the first time... raise them again!

So I would like input on ideas, here is the base: 8foot by 2 foot table with or without cup-holes cut in... but I am also willing to do an 8foot by 4 foot for criteria that is deemed in need of more room.

The plan is to find the best in-game pictures and what not of the games he wants, and print on special paper, then cut out and apply to table, then clear coat like my life depends on it.

PUHLEASE send some input on what you would like to see in a gaming table... also willing to do a separate table dedicated to the S.T.A.L.K.E.R series.

Friday, February 11, 2011

How about these blokes? Get ready to get hot over your favorite old school game and your favorite new school sport!

Oh the man hours into this table... or... maybe more aptly the boy hours.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Why You Need A Custom Beer Pong Table

You Need A Custom Beer Pong Table
why you may ask? We'll let me break it down for you.

That table in your garage? The one you play beer pong on every weekend when the "bros" come over? 

Yeah that looks like shit. 

I remember my first beer pong table, it was fun while it lasted, but let's be honest here: you're not in High School anymore and it's time you graduated from this junk to something a bit more sophisticated. 

Now that's a beer pong table! If you're hosting a party for someone other than your dungeons and dragons club, a custom beer pong table is a must. 

You got the flat screen, you got the spinning rims, why in God's name don't you have a nice table? This isn't Soviet Russia, this is America! We spend money on frivolous shit because it looks fucking cool. 

So nut up and show some patriotism, and get yourself a custom pong table. 


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Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Dan Range from Columbia, Ill., and Nick Syrigos, from St. Charles, Mo., playing under team name “Standing Ovation,” have earned the title of World Series of Beer Pong VI™ (WSOBP VI) champions. The $50,000 grand prize check was presented by internationally acclaimed announcer Bruce Buffer and the BPONG.COM founders during Tuesday night’s finale at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The World Series of Beer Pong is the largest, longest-running beer pong tournament in the world.
With the crowd chanting, “USA, USA!” team “Standing Ovation” took on “Unstoppable Since Inception,” whose duo was undefeated going into the finals and included a player representing Canada. The finals match featured a best-of-three format, but team “Standing Ovation” came back from two early deficits to win the first two games. Mike "Pop" Popielarski from team “SmashingTime,” who had won the WSOBP the past two years in a row, congratulated the duo by giving them the last cup, the balls from the winning game and a pitcher of beer.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Oregon State Numero Uno-versity

 This is the first table. A little overdue, but we
are college students, who actually do our homework. So bare with us. But it turned out pretty good! It won't swell when your tweed suit wearing moron of a mate decides to knock over his brew! So leave some knowledge so I can see what you want from the next one.


Oregon State University table: For Sale

On a side note, here is my dog, being all skunked and sitting under the table. 

Tape, the important parts.

The MOST important part of the job... taping your shit right.

I wish to inform you that taping the table the right way... is SUPER helpful. If by chance you skimp on time and quick tape and it turns out outstanding... woo, good for you... but you are going to mess it up and hate having to take a safety razor to the excess paint and then re-taping and then re-painting.

So quick hint => Measure three times, tape it right the first time, paint it slowly... and you will like yourself more.