Ok that’s just my humble opinion.
I posted this in my projects and it has allot of views but I’m looking for feedback. So I am trying it here.
This is only made of pine but seeing it’s a prototype and I work in expensive exotic stuff and I don’t earn enough to make firewood out of that if I screw up!
So this is a pool cue case and if you have the vision you can imagine the legs and handle in black walnut and the tube in zebra wood. Looks better now don’t it!
I messed up right off the bat with my angles on the tube and this ended up being 8 sided instead of 10. but I lumbered on to see how my first attempt at bent wood lamination would turn out. The legs are only 2 pieces each but the handle is made from 5 thinner slices I made from a 2×4 on my band saw. I was surprised on how easy it was to make the handle when the pieces are cut under 1/8” thick. I had planned on making a mock-up of the end cap bit since I messed up the diameter I thought I should wait for the final build. I would love to hear your feed back on this. In all my years I have never seen a cue case like this!
Thanks for looking!
-- Measure twice and try not to cut your thumbs off!