Woodturning A Commissioned Emerging Wine Bottle

Woodturning A Commissioned Emerging Wine Bottle
While doing my town’s Christmas fair last week, a man brought in an Olive branch he cut in his yard and commissioned me to make him something beautiful, I hope I hit the spot.

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Josh Woodward – Swimming in Turpentine
Kelly Latimore – Mt Princeton
David Mumford – The Right Train / Meet Me Tomorrow

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Woodturning A Commissioned Emerging Wine Bottle

16 thoughts on “Woodturning A Commissioned Emerging Wine Bottle”

  1. I stumbled upon this video by mistake, but I'm so glad I watched. It is exquisite. I want to learn how to do this! I will send you sandpaper if you need more!

  2. The speech about sand paper was interesting. Please think about making a "how to" video about sanding. For instance I understand start low and work up to finer grit, but when should you stop. Is 120 good enough, or do you need to go up higher. etc…

  3. I follow your work and I'm thrilled. This is the first thing I try to do … I'll let you know if I could ..hy Dragan ty Serbia

  4. Thank you so much for explaining details of your work! Simple things like the sandpaper and oils help me being a beginner in this field of art! Great videos Yuval!

  5. HI Yuval, I have really enjoyed this series and this is no exception, beautiful piece. I've enjoyed this series so much have produced my own emerging wine goblet. I think it turned out well as my wife won't let me give it away…:). One question, what did you use to clean the sanding disk? Thanks for sharing your ideas and time so freely, I've learned a lot and is one of my favourite places to visit for morning coffee time. Cheers, Gord

  6. I think this link can explain something about sandpaper; http://www.toolcrib.com/blog/2008/10/7-best-sandpaper-brands-klingspor-vs-norton-vs-3m-in-the-sanding-supplies-showdown . I did a little research and found out that there is a lot of sandpaper on the market for specialiced purposes, what you need is sandingpaper for "naked" wood. Have you ever tried steelwool for finishing, its available in different "grids" , cut a piece of the roll with siccors and were a glove when you use it. To be sure that there aren't any metal particles left when you're finished, put a strong magnet in a plastic bag and go around your piece of art, the plastic will keep the magnet clean. BTW I like your work, that's why I subscribed after I saw you for the first time.

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