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Old 07-10-2018, 12:01 PM   #31 (permalink)
 
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Thanks again for the kind comments, folks. Always very appreciated

Seth, Thanks...... I actually adopted that shape when I first saw it by one of the IAP Old Guys... Ed Davidson AKA YoYo Spin. I learnt a lot from his posts and his videos. Here is one of his pens
Just about all of my closed ended pens will have a similar style shape and even adding a custom finial ( he called them Doohickeys )

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Thanks again for the kind comments, folks. Always very appreciated

Seth, Thanks...... I actually adopted that shape when I first saw it by one of the IAP Old Guys... Ed Davidson AKA YoYo Spin. I learnt a lot from his posts and his videos. Here is one of his pens
Just about all of my closed ended pens will have a similar style shape and even adding a custom finial ( he called them Doohickeys )

Thanks again
I just looked through some of his photos. He did some really nice and unique work. I definitely see the similarities in the shape of his closed-end pens. He made some really neat doohickeys too.
Thanks for sharing your secret source of inspiration!
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Seth, there many inspirational folk here on IAP, unfortunately several no longer visit, and some have even passed away.

Ed was also big into Ornamental Turning and his work got me to build this a few years ago. I don't use it much as the making of the machine is more interesting than the result ( a 'journey / destination' thing )


Sorry, if you were quick, then my original link was wrong :)
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YoYospin was well known for his bottle topper and still is. At one time he had a site that dealt with them and was very popular. His yoyos are top notch
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Seth, there many inspirational folk here on IAP, unfortunately several no longer visit, and some have even passed away.

Ed was also big into Ornamental Turning and his work got me to build this a few years ago. I don't use it much as the making of the machine is more interesting than the result ( a 'journey / destination' thing )


Sorry, if you were quick, then my original link was wrong :)
Wow, that machine is a masterpiece!

(I clicked on the wrong link at first but still found the correct post.)
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