Another channel I subscribe too. I like people with craft, skills that amaze. And watching him explain how and watching him turn this pen is wonderful. I just know that I don’t have the skills to do it. But I would like to own a dip pen for my drawing. I have seen these pens, but being left handed, will i have trouble with using them?
So, take a look.
#12 Woodturning a Dip Pen (quill)
This week, I look back to the past when I turn a dip pen for an artist friend of mine from rowan wood.
See Below for useful links to stuff used in this project.
At http://ift.tt/2e33S2H, you can read more about this project, see images, and possibly download one of the projects .pdf worksheets or full length, advert free videos. There is also a free mailing list!
Hampshire Sheen: Find your nearest retailer: http://ift.tt/29A5bkY
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The UK & Ireland Woodturning Symposium:
Useful Amazon links to related products used in this project. These links will take you to pages appropriate for your location:
*Kits and Finishes*
Wood Blanks: http://geni.us/1pZC
Airbrush and Compressor: http://geni.us/3zfB
Pyrography Machine: http://geni.us/Sjz
Watercolour Pencils: http://geni.us/3vIj
Spirit Stain: http://geni.us/7G2
Liberon Gilt Creams: http://geni.us/3Fxi
Powdered Metals: http://geni.us/3fZ7
Pen Kits: http://geni.us/3raA
Project Kits: http://geni.us/1Kbf
Blow Torch: http://geni.us/2VhP
Dremel 3000: http://geni.us/15xa
Dremel Burrs: http://geni.us/3zqw
*Lathes Tools and Accessories*
Scroll Chucks: http://geni.us/v7C
Jacobs (Drill) Chuck: http://geni.us/3KGt
Box Set of Tools: http://geni.us/4AhX
Thin Parting Tool: http://geni.us/ym7
Captive Ring Tool: http://geni.us/BnF
Spiralling Tool: http://geni.us/2MKd
Bench Sharpening Grinder: http://geni.us/qBX
Fingernail Jig: http://geni.us/429R
Centre Finder: http://geni.us/3XLh
Live Centre: http://geni.us/AiI
Pen Mandrels: http://geni.us/C8C
*** Small Print and Disclaimer: Woodturning can be dangerous. The project in this video is a demonstration of a woodturning project suitable for beginners and is not intended to replace a physical lesson from an experienced woodturner.
At all times, you are responsible for your own safety, that of your workshop and other people in it. Ensure you wear suitable personal safety equipment at all times.
This is my way of turning this project – Other turners may turn it differently and you may find your own way of reaching the same result.
By copying these techniques, you do so at your own risk.
Please note that I am not sponsored by any of the companies or products linked to in the ‘Useful Links’ section. Nor do I necessarily endorse them.
Thank you for your understanding.
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