Woodturning – The Silver Stump

Here I make a Vessel from a gnarly root ball cast with epoxy resin coloured with antique silver mica powder .. I think the root was from a Spruce tree which must … Is it just me, or does anyone else find the resin strings flying around immensely satisfying.During these stressed out times, me, a […]


Here I make a Vessel from a gnarly root ball cast with epoxy resin coloured with antique silver mica powder .. I think the root was from a Spruce tree which must …

Is it just me, or does anyone else find the resin strings flying around immensely satisfying.During these stressed out times, me, a dad working to provide for his family not knowing what tomorrow is going to bring….these videos are my getaway: anxiety stress depression…right out the door. For those minutes I watch…I can just go somewhere else. Thank you.I love how whenever you use resin, you use the metallic ones and you don’t keep mixing until they’re a uniform color but instead allow it to swirl and just be how it wants to be. It adds like an organic movement to your projects. And the fact that you do such big projects is great. I love Nick Zametti and his resin and wood turning but he usually does just the little pots and such. Your stuff I could see as being that piece someone designs their living room around. Wouldn’t mind hearing you “waffle on” like he does about what inspires each piece tho.Somehow I worked my YouTube feed into nothing but dudes crafting silently.This the kind of meditative content I want while stuck at home durin this outbreak….The only criticism for this amazing artisanship is that he could not have made the vase from a bigger stamp and imaging it being at the corner entrance of the main foyer. The first stunning art that guests notice at first glance.

Sosyal Medyada Paylaşın:

BİRDE BUNLARA BAKIN

Düşüncelerinizi bizimle paylaşırmısınız ?