|Project by nayo||posted 446 days ago||661 views||1 time favorited||11 comments|
Most of these little turnings are from scraps that i got for free. they were the cutoff of mahogany guitar necks that Taylor guitar buys here in Honduras. usually they would burn these leftovers for their kilns but apparently they are selling them now. i was lucky to got them free!.
those cubes are either 3×3 or 4×4 and the length varies from 3 to 6 inches.
the big lidded bowl was done using two 7×7 rings of mahogany for the bottom and the top is from cedar, the little handle is a local wood which is color green, (magnolia yoroconte)
for finishing i used lineseed oil for the little bowls and a sealer on the big one.
not bad for mini lathe and not having a chuck.