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    Hollow Forms #2 and #3

    Here are my second and third attempts at hollow forms. Both are finished with Antique Oil and buffed through White Diamond. The first four pics are a little 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" piece of hackberry...

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    ...and the last four pics are of a 7" x 3" maple piece (billed as "figured maple" on eBay).

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    Dude, those are VERY nice!!

    Man, I got to get onto this HF thing, just need the time.....

    Keep them coming, they are sure inspirational!
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    Nice work Vaughn!

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    Very attractive, well done.

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    You are really coming along on HF Vaughn! Both of those are gorgeous! I can't wait until I get these xxxxxxxxx knobs finished so I can use my Jamieson!

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    Great looking bowls Vaughan. I haven't tried hf yet not sure what to buy or how to go about it ,I have to read a little more about it. Just finished a winged bowl after watching Bill Grumbine's video will have pictures later when dry.
    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Fitzgerald View Post
    You are really coming along on HF Vaughn! Both of those are gorgeous! I can't wait until I get these xxxxxxxxx knobs finished so I can use my Jamieson!
    You've realy come a long way fast Vaughn. You just continue to turn more and more impressive pieces.

    My last turning still looks like my first
    George

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    [QUOTE=Vaughn McMillan;29081]Here are my second and third attempts at hollow forms. Both are finished with Antique Oil and buffed through White Diamond. The first four pics are a little 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" piece of hackberry...

    Nice!.
    Garry

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    Nice wood in both of those Vaughn, but the forms are great.
    Your application of your new tools is none too shabby either.
    Last edited by Frank Chaffee; 03-09-2007 at 05:58 PM.

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    Beautiful HF's Vaughn. I love the form and finish on both. Don't let any grass grow under your feet I got my Monster together.
    Bernie W.

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