Discussion in 'General Shaving Talk' started by ohpaos, Mar 26, 2013.
I will email him. I have to own one!
Wow, thanks for that! I added inline with pic, but tiki is whitewood pine and the other is American Chestnut.
(I've been pondering what to whittle for my third TGN knot. Right now, I'm hovering over a bulldog head. I'm waiting for inspiration to help me land. It may take awhile... )
Watch parts! Cool!
Say hello to the newest addition to my den. From Bob Quinn over at EliteRazor. This was a custom piece, made of Russian Bog Oak and I picked the shape from the gallery on his website. Great work by Bob and he is a great guy to deal with.
Not quite done, but here is latest custom effort. I rather like it. Have not decided how to finish: clear coat, stain + clear coat, or paint then clear coat.
whittled from basswood
knot is TGN 24mm synthetic
NOTE: I had already made a critical cut defining the mustache and THEN remembered that swarden's curls up at the ends! Alas...
That is Awesome!
Despite the "flaw", it still looks pretty doggone cool!
By Oscar11 (Steve)!
Artisan Brush Turner
A happy fusion of classic lines, inspired hues & choice materials...
Traditional Profiles + Happy Hour = ???
"S7"s & a "Stubby"!
A Lady in Red & Elegant Horn
Luxury in Bronze Acrylic
Stripey Goodness in Alternate-Casein
(You'll likely recognize Steve's photography from his great SOTD posts )
Steve was kind enough to gift this lovely Semogue 1800 to me.
I am showing it the love it deserves and exercising it regularly...
Brace yourself. This one may cause palpitations!
Charlie Lewis Razors
Textured Titanium Scales, Heat-colored. (Hollowed out to reduce the weight)
M&F Moonjava (acrylic)
The big guns...
This is a great thread Ash. You have some great taste in handles.
By Mark Yundt aka mycarver
(Cross-posted, Wooden Handle Straights)
Sabatier 6/8 Bucephale (Boxwood)
Burlwood Special 7/8 (Dyed Burlwood)
Le Canadien 6/8-7/8 (Snakewood)
Rod Neep King Fisher Burl and Cobalt Acrylic...
I am particularly proud of this one I made for our Queen of Blades.
Oooh la la! C'est magnifique! A very fitting scepter for our Queen. It reminds me of an old world chess piece. What wood have you used?
Thanks! It was modeled after a Queen chess piece. This one was turned in Bubinga. Unfortunately I haven't turned anything in a while due to time constraints, but I always enjoy it when I have a chance.
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