Log to Gallery - Bradford Pear Natural Edge Deep Vessel

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  1. Billy Newman

    Billy Newman2 日 前

    Your chain saw matches my craftsman almost to a t

  2. Marie Meyer

    Marie Meyer7 日 前

    Simply GORGEOUS!!!

  3. Flavio Nunes

    Flavio Nunes9 日 前

    Muito lindo. Chego a me emocionar com a capacidade de transformação peça bruta em tão delicado trabalho final. Belíssima arte. Parabéns!

  4. Thomas Buzzi

    Thomas Buzzi9 日 前

    I liked the larger base also. I realize the cracks made that chancy. Liked the narration.

  5. yankee2 yankee

    yankee2 yankee11 日 前

    You work pretty much exactly the way I do (I've even got the same lathe!), and I like your vase a lot, too. Thanks!

  6. jd

    jd14 日 前

    Very clever and creative!

  7. mummyjohn

    mummyjohn19 日 前

    How do you maintain confidence in the wall thickness when doing the inside? I'd be scared of puncturing through, or the alternative leaving it ludicrously thick out of extra caution

  8. Daniel Lanier

    Daniel Lanier19 日 前

    Every collector, craftsman , woodworking artist and wood sculpture artist should see this video.As for me I applaud your work.Too many people have no understanding of the process it takes to produce fine wood art and sculpture.Thank you.

  9. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Thanks for the kind words Daniel.

  10. Margie Steininger

    Margie Steininger20 日 前

    beautiful but base is not stable - you making a stronger base for it?

  11. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    The base is perfectly stable, but thank you for your concern.

  12. павел захаров

    павел захаров22 日 前

    непонятно что он говорит, а нельзя ли перевести на русский?

  13. Burn77oas7

    Burn77oas722 日 前

    OMG DUDE! get an editor or something, 20 mins , maybe 25 max dude, no way I was gonna watch that, fast forward ro the end, nice vase.

  14. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    I have an editor, me. I didn’t make the video for your entertainment. I made it for people who want to learn.

  15. JoAnne Hickey

    JoAnne Hickey23 日 前

    Y'know, that's really rather gorgeous. It's completely fascinating watching beautiful objects emerge from unlikely origins, like seemingly manky old hunks of wood or sand, silica and the odd mineral for colour or clarity... Thanks to channels like yours and Corning Glassworks I can see them without traveling hundreds or thousands of miles to do so. So once again Thank-You for having your channel air the content it does.

  16. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Thank you, JoAnne!

  17. orion9k

    orion9k23 日 前

    Should have kept the foot wider, other than that, beautiful art work.

  18. orion9k

    orion9k19 日 前

    @Chas Thornhill it's alright, it's all about preference✌smaller or wider, in any case a beautiful handcraft 🙏

  19. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Check out the work of Ron Kent (Hawaii) his bases are smaller than mine. I would have gone a tiny bit smaller, but my wall thickness didn’t justify it.

  20. Brenda Ann Davis

    Brenda Ann Davis27 日 前

    I would enjoy seeing how matching bannisters are made. The spindles I think they're called.

  21. Ursula Shepherd

    Ursula Shepherd28 日 前

    What’s the music? Stunning!

  22. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Thanks, Ursula. Credits for all music are in the notes and at the end of the video.

  23. DeVi

    DeVi28 日 前

    jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-7mmuT1eICHA.html point on wood

  24. Cabusas Jo

    Cabusas Jo29 日 前

    My family will not skip another meal again because of this here, *e a s y l a p t o p l i f e .c o m*

  25. Maya Romero

    Maya Romeroヶ月 前

    Bonito

  26. Jennifer 6strings

    Jennifer 6stringsヶ月 前

    Fruit trees are so precious VERY NICE SIR 👌

  27. A7med Delmon

    A7med Delmonヶ月 前

    🌈🌹Gold hands .. work excellent *🌹🌈ايادي ذهبيه ... وعمل ممتاز ..*

  28. Jeffrey

    Jeffreyヶ月 前

    Magic hands 🙌🏼

  29. Lazaro Guevara

    Lazaro Guevaraヶ月 前

    could one use something like this as a flower pot or tree pot?

  30. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Not really. It’s more art than actual container.

  31. Виктор курлов

    Виктор курловヶ月 前

    меньше-бы базарил да больше делал глядишь и подставка осталось-бы цела а в основном красивая ваза молодец привет из России

  32. Sandro Lucero

    Sandro Luceroヶ月 前

    Perfect opportunity to remind everyone that baking soda instantly hardens superglue....comes in handy

  33. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Interesting. I have not used that technique.

  34. Jeff Kenny

    Jeff Kennyヶ月 前

    Does pear look different than any other wood? Can you spot it on sight?

  35. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    It’s distinctive, but I wouldn’t say it’s different from any other wood. It’s different than any wood I myself have turned.

  36. Exotic Tones

    Exotic Tonesヶ月 前

    Very very nice piece.

  37. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Thank you!

  38. hbarfarkle

    hbarfarkleヶ月 前

    poor job on the foot

  39. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    I disagree. The foot is exactly what I wanted. That equals a great job on the foot.

  40. Michelle W

    Michelle Wヶ月 前

    Superior!

  41. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Thank you Michelle!

  42. Kim Bain

    Kim Bainヶ月 前

    Absolutely beautiful! What a lot of work. Great job. This is gorgeous!

  43. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Thank you Kim!

  44. Gary Raymo

    Gary Raymoヶ月 前

    Looks like you've got some quarter sawn grain in it

  45. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    The blank was exactly half of a log, so you are correct.

  46. Sheldon Francis

    Sheldon Francisヶ月 前

    The video was rather long though..Lol, I'm happy for the video. Nice!!!

  47. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    What can I say, when I share... I really share.

  48. A E Carter

    A E Carterヶ月 前

    Nice. Looks like a chanterelle.

  49. RBLawren63

    RBLawren63ヶ月 前

    Wow,I never realized it was so easy to turn chunks of wood into vases and or bowls.I'm going to amazon and order a turner for myself tonight so I can get started turning wood into marvelous wonders. Thanks for inspiring me..

  50. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    I suggest finding a wood turning club in your area. That will flatten the learning curve dramatically.

  51. Quad

    Quad2 ヶ月 前

    what a beauty

  52. K Al

    K Al2 ヶ月 前

    I liked the base before you cut it down but WOW still very beautiful , You put a lot of skill and took your time when needed into that chunk of firewood , beautiful workmanship very nice 👍

  53. K Al

    K Al2 ヶ月 前

    Cool when doing super glue wile the glue is wet add baking soda yes arm & hammer baking soda added to your superglued area you will be pleasantly surprised if you don't already know this trick !!!

  54. Geoffrey Raleigh

    Geoffrey Raleigh2 ヶ月 前

    Very beautiful!

  55. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill19 日 前

    Thank you, sir!

  56. Wyndie Featherstone

    Wyndie Featherstone2 ヶ月 前

    Your work is nothing short of amazing!!! Thank you so very much for sharing how you make these wonderful works of art!!!

  57. James Faircloth

    James Faircloth2 ヶ月 前

    First off I'm not a woodwork artist, but always been amazed by how much wood is used to produce a small object, is there a use for excess wood

  58. ssmmothers

    ssmmothers2 ヶ月 前

    That is absolutely stunning..

  59. moverling5

    moverling52 ヶ月 前

    Artist.

  60. bryan mccabe

    bryan mccabe2 ヶ月 前

    nice job, thanks,BM, way to big for me, aka,woodbutcher

  61. Michael Armand

    Michael Armand2 ヶ月 前

    Absolutely a beautiful piece. But like some others I think a larger foot would have given a better profile. But you are such a skilled craftsman.

  62. brody gills

    brody gills2 ヶ月 前

    Awesome piece and video!

  63. Tony Matheson

    Tony Matheson2 ヶ月 前

    WOW Chas... Subscribed a while back now and making my way through your videos as time allows and gotta say thanks for the time out:- filming, editing, and posting - never mind, but including all the work you put into this beautiful piece of art Chas? What can I say to be kind and thoughtful, befitting such a fine, time consuming, piece of wood treasure - an heirloom to keep perhaps? It's wicked to say the least, that so many woodturners may certainly have destined the original piece of wood to the firewood scrap heap, no you decide to give it your all and look at the end result. Thanks for the determination that you have instilled in me, never give up no matter what, as long as you have faith and inspiration for a final finished piece that's worthy. Regards and best wishes Chas until your next adventure on the lathe, take care. P.S. Once again thanks for the Inspiration. Tony.

  64. Вадим

    Вадим2 ヶ月 前

    Красота

  65. David Cook

    David Cook2 ヶ月 前

    Great job on that piece. I think I would have preferred a wider base though. not sure if that would have been possible with the cracks.

  66. Hanifa Nur

    Hanifa Nur2 ヶ月 前

    Waw beautiful vessel, that vessel foot needs good balance to stand firm

  67. Rene Adrian Panassowscz

    Rene Adrian Panassowscz2 ヶ月 前

    hello good night friend the question I ask you is what is the name of the glue that you use to close the cracks or glue the loose parts in that bowl that I make during this video in the 50th minute ??? thank you very kind

  68. danceanddreams1

    danceanddreams12 ヶ月 前

    this terrible "music" in the background!! even while talking. gone after 50 seconds

  69. Rick Schuman

    Rick Schuman2 ヶ月 前

    And yes, there is a good use for Bradford pear.

  70. consumer of stuff

    consumer of stuff2 ヶ月 前

    Nice. Love the shape you achieved and the natural rim. That pear has such a lovely rich colour to it. Great informative video too. I've just finally got my lathe setup and have been watching rather a lot of JPreporter videos. I don't have my dust extraction system fully sorted yet though so I'm restricted to roughing bowls out and making smaller pieces, and youtube vids too of course. Thanks for sharing.

  71. consumer of stuff

    consumer of stuff2 ヶ月 前

    @Chas Thornhill thank you, much appreciated. Like I said i really want to get my extraction system sorted before doing anymore turning (apart from really small pieces. I only have a few masks left now. I certainly will need to ask knowledgeable people some advise once I get started again though. My experience is very limited and I'd imagine I'll need quite a lot of advise here and there. Thank you again. Very kind gesture.

  72. Chas Thornhill

    Chas Thornhill2 ヶ月 前

    consumer of stuff - thanks for your comments. Let me know if I can answer any questions.

  73. Kristi Long

    Kristi Long2 ヶ月 前

    The bowl is beautiful but way too much talking throughout the video.

  74. Breakaway Books

    Breakaway Books3 ヶ月 前

    Actual art.

  75. chuck mayes

    chuck mayes3 ヶ月 前

    You can use super glue to stop that end grain from looking like that it will make it hard so you can finish it...

  76. More of That Gold

    More of That Gold3 ヶ月 前

    Beautiful but top-heavy. Needs a raw bark foot piece perhaps.

  77. Rahmat H

    Rahmat H3 ヶ月 前

    TO MUCH BACOTTTT YOU NOW YOU ,!

  78. Joerg Crux

    Joerg Crux3 ヶ月 前

    top 1a

  79. Dave Porter

    Dave Porter3 ヶ月 前

    Beautiful piece. Just sub'd. Looking forward to seeing more of your videos. Have a good 1 - Dave.

  80. Dennis Williams

    Dennis Williams3 ヶ月 前

    I really liked your video. Nice work.