Nicely done! Love the flowing shapes of those wrinkly bits.
That’s a beauty, Barb! Great work on the lettering too!
Beautiful work on all three items! With results like that, you should find more shop time!
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just checking to see if anything ever came of this? And a friendly reminder to everyone that ALL transactions must...
Copper, brass, and bronze on the same fixture?! The color scheme just doesn’t work for me...:sarcastic::pieface:
Awesome! Finally an American answer to our Canadian model builder!:sarcastic:
You’re only about 30 minutes from Middlesex, NC. Mike Smith at CenturyTreeTurnings was in Middlesex a few years ago, but I haven’t talked to him...
Welcome, Tony! Looking forward to seeing your handiwork.
Those are too cool, Tim! I’ve got some urchin shells, but I don’t think I’ve got any that are that small.
Sweet! Maple burl and Honduran rosewood?
Good to see you around these parts! Be safe out there!
That’s a beauty! Pretty fantastic spalting lines too... real or faux spalting? Either way, it’s great!
Cool! Reminds me a bit of a king snake.
Looks like fun! I would’ve never guessed honey locust...
Looks like it was done at the welding school for the blind... I would not be happy with that.
Nicely done! I love the texture of hand-carved work.
That’s really cool! Lots of skill and work went into that, but I’d say it’s worth the effort.
Not a dud in the batch! For some reason, I’m kind of drawn to #4... reminds of of some pottery pieces I’ve seen in the past.
Nice work and pretty wood!