|Project by Michael McKenzie||posted 03-14-2017 12:35 AM||793 views||0 times favorited||5 comments|
I received some veneer samples recently, and among a lot of pretty sheets was this one white tulipwood. I’m 90% sure that dye has been used here but it looks so natural and the white-on-white figuring has transitions that resemble a light bronze metal. I couldn’t be happier with the finished product. I’ve made a few of these bands in just the Tulipwood , in various widths. I hope you like what you see. All comments are welcome. I left more details of the process on a thread started by RANCE but I am glad to answer any questions here. Thanks.
I’m in the process of making simple rings and bracelets from as many exotic woods as I can bend. I hope to get feedback here, warts and all. So when you start to see lots of ring pictures it is for that purpose. Anyone wanting to discuss sales must do so privately please as I do not want to violate any forum policies. I’m here for the craft – not the marketing.
-- "Ancora imparo! (Yet I am learning)." ~Michelangelo~ Inscribed on a device that represented an old man in a go-cart with an hour-glass mounted on it. Created when he was a very old man.