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Wondering how to tackle that burl? Check out Cindy Drozda.

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by Tom Albrecht, Jul 26, 2020.

  1. Tom Albrecht

    Tom Albrecht

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    Over the years I have seen quite a few live demos, both in person and on line. Yesterday I spent close to two and one half hours in a great live Zoom lesson with Cindy Drozda-- all about burls, wow. I have been aware of her for years, and I guess I have always been a bit intimidated by her finials and urchins. I am glad I got into that Zoom lesson yesterday-- She is a fantastic teacher, really covered the burl subject in depth, and had a flawless video system set up with multiple cameras and split screen scenes. The best I have seen.

    I believe that you may be able to watch the recorded version when it becomes available.
     
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  2. Dean Center

    Dean Center

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    She's also a helluva rock climber.
     
  3. Dave Fritz

    Dave Fritz

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    Her efficient use of holds translates to her efficient use of words. One of the best in my opinion. Looking forward to watching the video when it's available.
     
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  4. Dave Hulett

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    I enjoyed it also. excellent ideas on shaping and holding
     

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