|Project by Mark Wilson||posted 07-14-2015 05:09 AM||905 views||0 times favorited||7 comments|
Thanks to the Honorable Bob Wemm, the Gentleman from Australia, I tried a new Thing – turned plywood. This is a vase the stands 10” tall, yet is only about 3-3/4 deep (tools inadequate to the task of going real deep – I tried, didn’t work). Six pieces of 3” X 12” Birch Plywood, glued into a block and turned (with quickly dulling tools), after being made octagonal on the table saw. I added the three turned dowels to break up all those vertical lines. Friction Polished 6X and waxed for the discerning fingers.
The final photo shows the process of trying to decide on a shape and demonstrates what my crew does when she gets tired of waiting – she pours a drink, lights a smoke, and falls asleep. Doggie debauchery.
In the “Tags”, I looked for choking on dust, filling voids, neuvo-old-timey, ...