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john lucas

twin mirror

some new mirrors. I just have too many ideas. I have always wanted to put 2 mirrors on one handle and finally came up with a way that I like. I used Cold Bend wood to do the twists. when you buy this stuff it comes soaking wet. You can't turn it when it's wet because it's way too flexible. So I dry it, turn it, carve it and then re wet it. It bends or in this case twists unbelievably well. I made the Oak and veneer inlay 3/4" thick so I resawed it into 3 parts and had enough left to make another mirror.

twin mirror
john lucas, Jul 28, 2020 at 12:10 PM
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