end grain hollow form

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Project by Roper posted 11-10-2009 01:47 AM 1388 views 0 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

this hollow form ia a piece of green turned ash, it is 8 inchs tall and 5 inchs at it’s widest point. the walls are 1/4 inch thick.

-- Roper - Master of sawdust-

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#1 posted 11-10-2009 02:41 AM

Nice going end grain turning is fun no? I ussually turn all my vases that way,well done

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#2 posted 11-10-2009 04:17 AM

Good looking vase

Thanks for sharing


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#3 posted 11-10-2009 04:22 AM

Fantastic job. Outstanding use of grain and bark inclusion for an artistic flair!

They just keep getting better!

Keep it up.


-- Scrap Wood's the best...the projects are smaller, and so is the mess!

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#4 posted 11-10-2009 04:24 AM

looks good,
are you doing anything to keep it from warping as it dries or are you leaving it to see what nature has to say?

-- Kate,

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#5 posted 11-10-2009 04:33 AM

Another winner great figure and form.

-- wood crafting & woodworking classes

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#6 posted 11-10-2009 08:17 AM

Realy great looking piece with beautiful grain.

-- Tom D

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#7 posted 11-10-2009 08:53 AM

Great vase, beautiful grain pattern & colour!

-- masrol, kuala lumpur, MY.

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#8 posted 11-10-2009 05:06 PM

A beautiful hollow form and the colors and grain make it one of a kind! Good work!

-- Never board, always knotty, lots of growth rings

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#9 posted 11-10-2009 05:36 PM

Scrappy hit it right on the nose. You just keep getting better. Nice piece of ash, too. ;)

-- There is nothing in the world more dangerous, than a woodworker who knows how to read a micrometer...

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