|Project by Justin||posted 02-18-2010 05:10 AM||3000 views||1 time favorited||6 comments|
In response to Gary in my Hello post: This is one of the pipes I have made. It’s cherrywood with a vulcanite stem. I cut the main shape on the bandsaw and detailed it with a coping saw. Then I refined further with a rotary. Sanded to 600 and buffed with tripoli. It’s one of my workhorse pipes so it’s very scuffed from use. The stand was a piece of scrap olivewood from another pipe I made. I’ll be making another one soon so I’ll be sure to post that when I’m done.
-- I'm into rough carpentry, are you?