Turn 'n burn

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  • #5995
    brodylee
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    I look at things differently. Some like the results and some don’t but I always put my heart and soul into what I make, otherwise, for me there’s no point.

    This was an idea I’ve had stuck in my head for a week now so it was finally good to get it made.

    It’s a beech log turned, savaged with an angle grinder and then burnt. Oil finish and I like it.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    C&c always welcome

    Cheers

    Brody

  • #6002
    Dunc
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    Very interesting. Despite being manufactured it looks quite natural, like a sort of oversized Pine Cone.

  • #6005
    brodylee
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    Ha. That’s exactly what my eldest son said. Then my youngest turned it on it’s side and said it was a hedgehog ??

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    ed (the amateur) turner
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    like effect of this Brody

    I to see someone trying something different 🙂

     

    Ed

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    antonydala
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    Awsome piece, I’ll be having a go at this. May hollow a bit for a church candle!

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