#1
I've posted this elsewhere in the past but hey ho, a fella's gotta blow his own trumpet sometimes. Well, I would if I could but I ain't sufficiently double jointed...Big Grin Wink


American Barbershop style in Scottish Ash with large Omega Boar Knot:

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There are a couple of others out there but I canna seem to find the picters. Me and technology at crossroads again, sheesh.... Angel

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#2

Member
Metro Detroit
Cool brush!


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#3

Member
Detroit
That's awesome, I love it! You wanna make me one?
- Jeff
#4
really cool looking brush
#5
You made that handle? Excellent!
#6

Soap maker
Rome, Italy
I want one too! Beautiful piece indeed.
#7

Member
Austin, TX
Count me in too- love the handle and great work!
Kevin
#8
Not in a position health-wise to make anymore at present but once I get my wee workbench up and running at my folks and get the upheaval in the garden sorted, I'll be looking to have another go. I make them using an axe, a folding outdoor saw and a knife and absolutely no sandpaper. The finish is tooled with a very sharp blade that is literally almost sharp enough to shave yer coupon. You can see and feel all the little facets which are neat and smooth and require no sanding sealer at all. This actually makes for a harder wearing piece in the end as well as a more rustic looking, hand-crafted one. Thanks for the kind words, chaps.

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#9

Member
Austin, TX
(07-14-2016, 03:14 PM)Gairdner Wrote: Not in a position health-wise to make anymore at present but once I get my wee workbench up and running at my folks and get the upheaval in the garden sorted, I'll be looking to have another go. I make them using an axe, a folding outdoor saw and a knife and absolutely no sandpaper. The finish is tooled with a very sharp blade that is literally almost sharp enough to shave yer coupon. You can see and feel all the little facets which are neat and smooth and require no sanding sealer at all. This actually makes for a harder wearing piece in the end as well as a more rustic looking, hand-crafted one. Thanks for the kind words, chaps.

Love the detailed explanation of your approach and sounds all that more appealing for the effort.

Very well done!
Kevin
#10

Veni, vidi, vici
Vault 101
Well done sir.


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