My father had a big influence on starting me with this hobby. Not that he did a lot of woodworking but just enough for me to catch the bug.
Very cool. Look foward to seeing pictures of your work. And welcome from Central New York.
Welcome from Central NY
Every turning is a learning opportunity but it's good that you recognize when you needed to take a break. Otherwise all you would hope ended up...
I'm not in a desperate need of a chuck so I'm glad you were able to work something out with Stan. Hope you can sell the Oneway chuck.
The Lathe and all the associated tools. Before that I really didn't do much woodworking.
David, I your to the point of trading for pen blanks, send me a private message.
And since this is my mistake, I would like to point out that its seems to me that for once Tony wasn't the one short.
Dambit. I had a full box but didn't count. Guess my days as Tetris champ is over. I'll make it up to Tony.
Gorgeous. I still haven't grasped that multiple dying technique but you sure have.
okay, okay. Here is what was in the package:
So this arrived yesterday:
Now I'm supposed to wait until Xmas to open it right??
That looks Grape :)
it's a cult :)
If those darn turners would keep their fingers out of there, no one would likely even notice :sorry:
Is it finished with Olive oil? :)
Best use of antler pores I've seen. Be interesting to see if the ring develops "texture" with changing humidity, s antler pens typically do...
Depends on the project. I can turn things pretty easily but flat board stuff is a challenge.