Poseidon's Ring.

Poseidon's Ring.

I get Facebook ads for these all the time...I'd be interested to see what a non-professional photo by someone who actually bought one looks like as opposed to the product shot.

I'd be interested in these if weren't rings. Because A) I don't wear rings at all and 2) They're too bulky to be rings. I wouldn't gift it to anyone.

But I like the look. I would buy them as decoration. heck, there's a lot of keychains on the website but none has the same aesthetic.

These kinds of rings are surprisingly inexpensive for something that looks like it takes a lot of work to make. I'm not sure how they're made but it can't be that complicated for the price.

Bedside lamp imo

How does it melt into the bottom of the top of the wood on the ring like that??

My guess is that they sort of snap the top section of the ring off, then put a mould around it and fill it with some form of epoxy resin.

I️ bought one of these for my gf for Valentine’s Day this year. Total disappointment. I️ used a professional measuring tool to order the ring to the right size, it came 3 sizes too big and what you get looks nothing like these do in the photos. They look amazing on the website but what you get is so far less detailed. Www.mysecretwood.com should spend less on photoshop and more on selling a product that doesn’t shatter your dreams.

This is the shortest video I could find of one being made.

This one just has music in the background.

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This video is 7 mins but has someone explaining what they're doing.

These rings always get posted and they're always a bait. To anyone who thinks of buying it, the picture is heavily photoshopped and will look nothing like it does in the picture when you compare it in real person.

That's exactly what you do, layers of colored epoxy, except in this case they also painted the wood first.

Source: am proffessional Woodworker. I do this too but I don't make rings cause I think that's dumb. I make pendents, keychains and desk art.

Sounds like something you might look up on Bing.

If you still have it, can you show us what it looks like IRL?

This guy

teaches you how to make one yourself.

mysecretwood.com

heh

Those are photoshopped adverts.

This is what it really looks like:

https://imgur.com/5hzCLtB

Those are photoshopped adverts.

This is what it really looks like:

Yeah, these rings looks amazing when a light source is shining on them just so. I'm going to guess they aren't as cool without that.

Of course, jewels need light to really show their colors and fire too, but a ruby is a ruby and an emerald is an emerald. These rings are acrylic, I believe.

I wear rings like this on a chain instead. That way I still get to wear it, but it's not in a cumbersome way.

Other commenter shared it Here: https://www.etsy.com/market/secret_wood_ring

You literally just posted a gallery of super photoshopped pictures as evidence that they're not super photoshopped.

This is what they really look like:

https://imgur.com/5hzCLtB

How stupid do you think we are? Go advertise somewhere else.

You literally just posted a gallery of super photoshopped pictures as evidence that they're not super photoshopped.

This is what they really look like:

How stupid do you think we are? Go advertise somewhere else.

secret wood

I'm afraid of what this search will lead to.

Look up my secret wood or secret wood on IG.

Please show me where the ring hurt you.

It's just acrylic on a piece of wood? Not sure what I expected.

There's people posting right here about how incredibly disappointing the real thing actually is but you just keep spamming photoshopped pictures. Who do you expect people to believe?

Go advertise somewhere else.

It warms my heart knowing a picture of a ring is making your day more stressful.

Plz op

Look at their tagged photos, not their gallery.

You just chose the worst picture ever taken with a overwhelming flash on it instead of through it.

The ring is probably dipped down into an epoxy mould and then the whole thing gets sanded smooth. Needs more sanding to be honest... the cross-grain scratches are pretty bad on the right side.

This is literally the second photo There's no bright light on it and it's actually a bad photo. This one has to much flash at the wrong angle. Here's another bad photo

Although u/LukeJJackson said he wasn't impressed so I would assume they aren't that great without a bright light.