Wood Turning

Hybrid Casting and Myrtlewood Stand

Zac cast this really cool hybrid blank with one of my paint chips in it. After I got home I decided to make a stand out of Myrtlewood.
We had such a great time at the AAW symposium! I got some great pictures from the show, and added them to the video.


Wood Baseball Hat (giveaway)

I turned this wood hat as a giveaway for Carolina Shoe. Go checkout there Instagram page for a chance to win it.

Carolina Shoe

I put together a list of some of the tools I use in my shop
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Paint Pouring Bowl #2 “Dirty Pour”

This is our second attempt at paint pouring. I turned a natural edge bowl on the lathe before painting it. We tried a technique called dirty pour, it’s when you mix all the paint in one cup.


Hybrid Resin And Cypress Lidded Box

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In this video I turned a hybrid resin and Cypress wood lidded box. Check out Doug’s Instagram he’s really casting some cool blanks.

Doug Bowden

Walnut Stand For The Resin Pod

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Thanks for all the great suggestions for the stand. Hands down the tree form was the winner. I made it out of Walnut it’s about 9″ tall I finished it with Howard beeswax. The air saw I used to cut it out is a Campbell Hausfeld but the Ingersoll Rand is a great saw and a littler better price.

Natural Edge Manzanita Burl Sink.

This is a piece of Manzanita burl I got from Jared at Lizard Blanks.
The wood sink is about 18″ x 12″ and 5″ thick. I turned it on the lathe first and then carved it with a TurboPlane. The TurboPlane is a great tool for carving and shaping wood. I sealed it with Systemthree resin to waterproof it.