|Project by ruddy||posted 11-03-2011 08:48 AM||1310 views||3 times favorited||4 comments|
I mostly spend my time in the shed making either boxes or small furniture. That is my preference when working with wood. Sometimes if I find the right piece of wood I will attempt some turning.
Here are a couple of items I have recently completed. The vase is made from West Australian Sheoak and is a very simplistic design.
The Peppermill is a concept I have made a number of times for close friends and this one is for an Aussie mate who is married to a Canadian lady. It uses a standard Crushgrind mechanism however the insert in the cork has been modified to suit this design. The peppermill makes a unique gift as you can personalise the brand!
The bottle is made from Huon Pine and the cork is from Queen Ebony.
-- And my head I'd be a scratchin'