The gift that keeps on giving. Some of the comments are priceless as well. Truly a mix of woodturning and artistry.....
no wonder I keep surfing for a wood lathe, right after the table saw I have no space for lol.
Here's another doughnut, built by a friend of mine.
His name is Charlie Stickney and he also lives in North Carolina. He does mostly segmented turning, bowls, vases, urns, and doughnuts. The Klingspore Workshop, a woodworking chain store in NC, featured some of his projects on the cover of one of their catalogs last year.
I’m still a green newcomer to this hobby, but I’ve learned a couple of things. This hobby seems to be two parts. 1-the craftsmanship/competency part. How well you can use the tools, assemble/make the project. 2-the artistic part. The imagination/inspiration of what, and how, to make something. I think I may be able to get competent on part 1, part 2, not a chance. This project was amazing.