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Derek Lane12/03/2012 14:20:05
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Thought I would have a play today as I have finished all the little "Just Jobs" for the family like the vivarium, picture frames and a cupboard to cover a electric meter.

Anyway this little hollow form is made from Chestnut and is 3 1/4" by 3 1/4" I used my texturing tool to embellish around the top. Finish is sander sealer followed by melamine lacquer

Les Hetherington12/03/2012 19:23:07
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Nice bit of turning Derek, it's got a lovely shape to it mate. Les


Edited By Les Hetherington on 12/03/2012 19:23:48

Derek Lane13/03/2012 16:19:45
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Thanks Les I enjoy making things like this. Hopfully more to follow now all the jobs are complete

Doug13/03/2012 22:10:38
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Nice looking form that Derek, I like the neck detail, lifts the piece & gives it some added interest.

It looks more like Ash with that open looking grain than Chestnut to me.

Either way a very pleasent looking piece.



Edited By Doug Barratt on 13/03/2012 22:11:11

Derek Lane13/03/2012 23:07:56
3219 forum posts
1004 photos

Cheers Doug I am starting to play more now and want to experiment with colour and texture so hopefully more to follow soon.

You could be right about it being Ash as if I remember right this is the offcut from the horse stand (got it wrong didn't I )

Alan T.14/03/2012 19:34:47
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Nice one Derek, Like it. Well done. Alan T

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