|Project by HumidorMinister||posted 06-18-2014 12:37 AM||1971 views||0 times favorited||19 comments|
Hi everyone, sorry I haven’t been around much. I can finally let the cat out of the bag, Woodturning Design Magazine has given me the honor of the cover of their fine publication as well as a bio on my woodworking history. I haven’t got my hands on a copy yet, just the cover. The piece they chose for the cover is my favorite segmented piece to date. 1902 pieces of Curly Maple and Tropical Walnut. I did this using a completely different method I derived from an inlay technique, it was practice for a much, much larger vessel that is in progress. If any of you haven’t had the opportunity to read WDM, it’s an excellent publication with a superb balance of technique, feature artists, tool reviews and much more. You would be amazed just what can come off a lathe, not just bowls. Anyway, please enjoy, I’ll post more once I receive my copy. Thanks to Joe Herrmann for all his help & guidance to make this come true.
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