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I'M enjoying this place, Here are some pic. of what i done.

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post #2 of 18 Old 11-25-2012, 09:08 PM
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welcome!!!!!!
do you know how to post a pic?
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The sticky thread on posting on this site

Every site is different. The Site Help forum has a sticky on posting pictures.

The folks on this site REALLY like to see pictures so we all hope you can solve the problem.

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f16/h...t-photos-1120/
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I guest i don't, i'll keep trying. THANKS
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Welcome to WWT!!

Nice turnings. What is in the top pic? Are they lamps? They all kind of blend together in the pic.

RRBrown, knottscott and many others were banned, they didn't just leave. They were banned for standing up to the new owners that are destroying this site. Come join us all at woodworking chat, the best new woodworking site on the net!!
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well you sure aint new to turning
that's some awesome work
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Sorry guy's , I'm a happy turner now
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Bass it's christmas ornament's
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post #13 of 18 Old 11-26-2012, 08:12 AM
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Welcome to WWT!

Nice ornaments, recently had a demo at our woodturning club meeting by a member who does that with sea urchins ... he was doing great right till he set the finished item down on the side table ... it rolled ... they are quite fragile, we learned.

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Very nice...What are the globes on your Christmas ornaments made of and how large are they?

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It's definitely worth the scroll down ...
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burkome , the ornaments are sea urchins
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Very nice...What are the globes on your Christmas ornaments made of and how large are they?
burkome, there sea urchins 1in.to 2in.
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Very nice work indeed. I like the football. That is on my list of things to do.

The ornaments also are great. I have a bunch of those sea urchins that I was suppose to do but have not got around to it yet. Are you doing anything to try to make them abit more stout because they are fragile. I heard someone said they are trying to use CA glue on the inside to coat a layer. I thought that was clever and may give it a try.

Also have you done any birdhouse ornaments yet??


Oh yes by the way WELCOME

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