Me too! I just binge watched the whole thread like it was on Netflix.
It looks great!
Nice work! I’ll bet your friend would be proud to take his final ‘ride’ in that custom urn.
Welcome! Kudos for sharing some pics of your work... you’re off to a great start!
Sweet! The bowl is pretty impressive... nice curve with nice wall thickness. It’s much better than any of my early attempts.
Beautiful work! Pretty impressive for a one legged primate!
Those grips make me want to buy a 1911! Too cool!
Bluetooth speakers... I like to listen to podcasts when I’m in the shop.
That one on the far left is unbelievable!
Cool! Boxelder is tough to cut smoothly on interior surface like that.
I’d be tempted to turn that vase form upside down on a future project.
Says the guy who posted a different one-eyed mascot...:sofa:
I keep the empties sometimes for shop stuff like shellac... and I need to barter you for some more honey
I coated it with beeswax... works for the bees.:sarcastic:
That’s purdy! Love the grain and the detailing in the finials.
Turned a little square plate from some elm burl to serve as a saucer for a honey bottle/bear... no matter what, the cabinet seems to get sticky...
Since you can’t bring it home, hopefully Don can drag it back to his place. Mmmm... Koa!:saw:
I’d wipe it all off with mineral spirits and then just buff and wax it... ABW is really nice without any kind of film finish.
No experience doing it, but I would put holly near the top of my list for experimenting. Good density, uniform grain, and very little color.
Good to see you found your way back here! Nice that you got to meet up with a couple of fine WB folks as well. Beautiful work on the paddles and...