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  1. On these hot days, my garage/shop stays cool until late afternoon. These kind of days make me want to stay in my shop with an extended project and stay cool while doing it. So I made this out of colored ply and acrylic. It wasn't without failure......several times. The ply is weak when thin and had defects in it that make things worse. The poly has VERY hard places in it and will break like ice when you hit a hard spot, especially in a thin dia piece. The gold at the joints is glitter, the kind kids use that comes in a squeeze bottle, 3 for a buck at the dollar store. The glitter takes overnight to dry and I spray it all with clear acrylic when dry. You won't see another like it
  2. Turning colored plywood is easy, however it can have cavities, spots and flaws. It isn't my favorite, but I got some for Christmas and am making the most of it. I stayed with a brown theme on this one, not to much a Christmas color. I do not have much of this wood left, but what is left is more colorful. It is only about 2.5" long
  3. It has been raining for the past few days and I could not do the outside work that I had planned. So I started glueing some pieces together to see what I could come up with. I was pleasantly surprised that it come out nice. I had trouble getting a good picture, but it looks OK
  4. The black is Ebony and the red is wood that looks red uniformly red all the way thru. I got it at Rocklers and it is primarily used for pens. I don't know how they got the color all the way thru. The yellow one is Yellow Hart and colored ply. I had several glue ups ready to turn and these are the first of 6. All are Christmas gifts.
  5. I got around to making a couple more Christmas ornaments. I am no longer satisfied to make simple ones. These feature colored ply and some assorted wood pieces from my "saver" scrap box. I just have a hard time tossing beautiful scraps
  6. As you know by now, I see things a little different than most do. That is why this ornament is just a bit different. I used the colored ply and some Maple to come up with this one. My wife really like the color combo and I guess that is all the approval I need
  7. Blue and white ply can be tricky to turn and has defects in it. It also bleeds color and the blue made my glue turn blue. It chips out when you don't expect it and it looks like it changes colors as you slowly rotate it by hand. None the less, I finished it.
  8. I don't know if this belongs here but it is about turning. I am finishing a piece (colored ply) and it has tiny tare out holes. What finish would you use to fill them? (or tiny cracks) I normally use HUT friction finish. Thanks
  9. I've been playing in the colored ply again. I kinda like how this ONE turned out. It looks different from all sides
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