Woodturning , Sycamore, Milliput and Colour

Woodturning , Sycamore, Milliput and Colour
In this video I am turning a deep enclosed bowl out of sycamore and embellishing it with a Milliput inlay and a coloured design.I am using Chestnut Products Spirit stain and their Aerosol cellulose sanding sealer for the first time. I have long been a fan of their cellulose sanding sealer in liquid form and other fine finishes they produce.

Milliput supplied by Milliput
https://www.milliput.com/

Yorkshire Grit supplied by Yorkshire Grit

Yorkshire Grit Abrasive Paste

Record Power
http://www.recordpower.co.uk/
Record Power Woodworking live at the D and M Toolshow, Kempton Park 6-8th October 2017
http://www.thetoolshow.com/

Chestnut Products

Chestnut Products

Robert Sorby
http://www.robert-sorby.co.uk/

Makers Central, Birmingham NEC 5th 6th May 2018
www.makerscentral.co.uk

Carter and Son Toolworks
https://carterandsontoolworks.com/

My name is Jim Overton, welcome to my channel.
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Disclaimer
Woodturning is potentially dangerous!
My videos are designed to give viewers creative ideas.
The way I work is not necessarily the best or safest way to work!
Your safety is your own responsibility not mine.
Please follow all safety procedures and wear personal protective equipment.
Wear a visor and a respirator dust mask at all times.
Be safe, be creative and enjoy your turning.

Woodturning , Sycamore, Milliput and Colour

16 thoughts on “Woodturning , Sycamore, Milliput and Colour”

  1. The stain looks almost metallic with the shine. So lovely. You said “shitoiancy” about the world shine. How is that spelled. I love new words.

  2. What a cracking project Jim! And your usual excellent presentation in great detail, very enjoyable. Where did you purchase the Sorby longworth style chuck? also is the centre locking bolt/screw on it, raised or recessed flush with the face? thanks and regards, Tony, (UK)

  3. Fantastic piece of work again, Jim! I had watched another vid of yours immediately before this one (the one with the different coloured Milliput) & as has been said elsewhere, I really thought this was going to be the same. It really does look like either coloured Milliput, stained glass or different coloured pieces of inlayed wood.
    This is what I was talking about in my first comment…it's JFM (Just F***in' Magic!!). Cheers, Phil.

  4. I thought the paint was milliput, and was thoroughly surprised when you painted it. It looks absolutely gorgeous!!! <3

  5. Truly a pleasure to watch, you are one very talented individual! It would be  shame to not subscribe to your channel.

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