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First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby barry richardson » Tue Sep 05, 2017 11:17 am

Haven't been here in a long time, I only allow myself time for one forum and I'm heavily involved in another, my apologies.... But I wanted to post this and give a big thanks to Hughie Mackay for his excellent tutorial he posted here on spiral carving. It provided all the information I needed to get rolling. Made from locally harvested Sissoo AKA Indian Rosewood, Florida Rosewood, Sheesham... about 11"tall and lacquer finish. Thanks again Hughie!
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Re: First spiral

Postby Steve Mawson » Tue Sep 05, 2017 4:19 pm

That's a beauty Barry. Hughie is a master on these forms for sure. Looks like nice timber and finished nicely.

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Re: First spiral

Postby Tim Rinehart » Wed Sep 06, 2017 8:18 am

Very nice, very crisp work. Watch out Hughie... ;)
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Re: First spiral

Postby Steve Schlumpf » Wed Sep 06, 2017 11:37 am

That is really nice! I agree with Tim - I really like the clean/crisp lines! Thanks for sharing! 2thumbsup
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Re: First spiral

Postby Mike Cruz » Wed Sep 06, 2017 8:25 pm

Hughie is the master! I'm guessing that your spirals go the other direction because you are in the northern hemisphere. ;) Hey, great job. Great that Hughie shared his wisdom with you. Looks like you paid attention and followed his lead...
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Re: First spiral

Postby Bob Rotche » Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:25 am

Really nicely done! Glad you found the tutorial in the front page archives. There's still a lot of really good information there even though it has been inactive for some time now.
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wow!

Postby hughie mackay » Thu Sep 07, 2017 1:25 pm

barry richardson wrote:Haven't been here in a long time, I only allow myself time for one forum and I'm heavily involved in another, my apologies.... But I wanted to post this and give a big thanks to Hughie Mackay for his excellent tutorial he posted here on spiral carving. It provided all the information I needed to get rolling. Made from locally harvested Sissoo AKA Indian Rosewood, Florida Rosewood, Sheesham... about 11"tall and lacquer finish. Thanks again Hughie!
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Impressive Barry, I like everything about it especially the finish. 2thumbsup It could be easily one of mine :D Love the way you have kept the sap wood to carve through, its not a common idea .
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Re: First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby Josh Bowman » Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:44 pm

Barry,
I really like the smooth curve of the hollow forms profile. For some reason that is hard to maintain. So many including some of my own “duck in” right near the foot. The carved spirals are uniform and make a nice shadow line around the vessel. Your choice of wood offers wonderful variety depending on how it’s turned. For the above reasons this is my choice for Turning of the Week. Congratulations.


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Re: First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby Mike Cruz » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:50 pm

Congrats!
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Re: First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby barry richardson » Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:27 pm

Thanks everyone! I'm honored! I entered it in the AZ State Fair woodworking competition, will let ya know how it goes...

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Re: First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby Dick Kelly » Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:47 am

I'll add my compliments on getting TOTW for this one, Barry -- it's a beaut. I especially like the brave third view that shows the inside.. From what I see it looks good to me. Nicely done all around. -- Dick

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Re: First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby hughie mackay » Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:28 pm

congrats on Turning of the Week should do well at the State Fair
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Re: First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby Tim Rinehart » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:24 pm

Big congrats on TOTW Barry, that's a beauty!
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Re: First spiral- Winner TOTW 9-10-2017

Postby Les Symonds » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:32 am

A TOTW on your first attempt at spiral work...that's impressive!
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