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Found 5 results

  1. Gerald

    trial embellishment

    From the album: Bowls and Platters

    Pine blank started as a trial of embellishment techniques but did much better. color acrylic and metallic gourd ink. 8 inch

    © Gerald Lawrence

  2. Gerald

    IMG_6589.JPG

    From the album: Bowls and Platters

    Pecan platter 14 inch. Eagle burned from stick n burn pattern, Colored with pencil. Dots colored with metallic gourd ink.

    © Gerald Lawrence

  3. Started work last month on a platter test which I have not completed and this pic is not all I have done to this test in pine. The methods used so far in this one were round Saburr tooth burr plunged end on, dremel style saw blade ( this has since been burned to enhance), carbide round burr and metallic gourd ink. So now I have started a pecan platter from one of the blanks left from the offering plates two years ago. Had to fill a bit for inclusions which are common with pecan. Used epoxy slow set with black mica powder for that. as I was hollowing it came off chuck and lost a chunk requiring more epoxy. more tomorrow I hope.
  4. We've had a little over 3" of rain in the past 3 days, a little late for the corn but good for the ground water. Our Patriot Turners- @Ron Altier, our resident ornament master, posted another one of his awesome creations- He tells us a little history of the wood in his post- @RustyFN showed us a gorgeous salad bowl he turned from ambrosia maple- He received lots of positive comments on this one. Check out his post at- @Gerald is working on different methods of adding embellishments to some platters. I especially like this one- Gerald added more images and some of his techniques in his post- What’s Coming Up- The Mid Atlantic Woodturning Symposium is in a couple of weeks. Not too late to get tickets. https://www.mawts.com/ From Cindy Drozda- http://www.cindydrozda.com/html/Demo.html For The Newbies- It's always nice to get a new lathe. It's even nicer to have someone review that product after using it for a while. What's good, what's not so good. Here Mike Peace reviews his new Powermatic 3520C- A nice video for a useful shop project- Expand Your Horizons- Gerald showed us a couple of embellishment techniques. Here's a video from the AAW with Mike Peace demonstrating a few more methods- Alan Stratton posted a neat turning project. It combines some special jigs and sphere turning Came across these from Andrew Hall- the guy who turns wooden cowboy hats- looks like he is creating a how-to series. He has parts 1 & 2 up so far- New Turning Items- Last week we mentioned that Cindy Drozda had interviewed/toured several vendors at SWAT. Here are links to those videos- Everything Else- Rick Turns list of YouTube woodturning videos from last week- Next weekend we will be at our VA-65 Navy reunion. I haven't seen the guys in several years and am glad to be able enjoy the comradery. There's only a few of us original A-6 guys left who come to these get togethers. We try to raise some money to to cover expenses for the host of the reunion. Mimi said I should make something to auction off. I had a platter I turned from white oak and decided to laser our insignia in it. Maybe someone will like it- Safe turning
  5. Gerald

    Laces from the back

    From the album: Hollow Forms

    This walnut is from a tree at City Hall. Wood is from the root ball and upon hollowing there was a rock in the bottom which was perplexing in getting it out. Finish is Watco with colors in acrylic paints.
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