|Project by JamesVavra||posted 05-11-2011 04:48 AM||1210 views||0 times favorited||8 comments|
My 3rd successful hollowform. This one made from a pecan log that I stole from the smoker pile (the ribs and brisket will be unhappy with that decision, I’m sure). The piece if about six inches high and four inches at its widest point. The mouth is about an inch – the same size as I originally drilled it for once! The wall thickness appears to be pretty consistent at around 1/4” and the interior wall is reasonably smooth.
Turned end-grain and sanded to 1200, it’s finished with a heavily thinned coat of lacquer and then buffed out on my new beall buffing system.
Comments and critiques welcomed; thanks for looking.