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Project by scott shangraw posted 03-11-2009 03:16 AM 2326 views 4 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Its been a while since I have been able to get back to carving these vessels ,I’ve forgotten how hard they are.
I start the process with a chainsaw then go to various carving grinders and a lot of sanding.The wood is cherry and it stands about 20” tall. We called this one “Margarita Ville” since it looks like a margarita glass. That or I’m thursty.

Thanks for looking!

See also Elm Canyon

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-- Scott NM,http://www.shangrilawoodworks.com





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John

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#1 posted 03-11-2009 03:18 AM

Scott,

That is beautiful! Love your stuff.

Thanks,
John

-- Brain the size of a planet and they have me parking cars.

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#2 posted 03-11-2009 03:22 AM

Scott, as always you create some unique pieces. This one is simply gorgeous and the turquois inlay adds to the visual interest of the piece. I admire the skill and artistry that it took to produce a work like this.

Thanks for the post.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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#3 posted 03-11-2009 03:36 AM

I’m not sure what to call this but it is really fantastic!!!! Wonderful and fantasy maybe is what I mean, I think???? Aw, heck, just say great.

-- Thos. Angle, Jordan Valley, Oregon

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#4 posted 03-11-2009 03:38 AM

Magnificent!

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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#5 posted 03-11-2009 03:41 AM

WOW! This is really beautiful. Thanks for including a few remarks on how you go about making this because that was my first thought. How on earth did some one make that? Thanks for posting.

-- Gary D.

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#6 posted 03-11-2009 04:14 AM

Very nice

-- ~ Inspiring those who inspire me ~

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#7 posted 03-11-2009 04:18 AM

wow. im not even really sure how you do that, it looks so thin! it must be cumbersome to carve?

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#8 posted 03-11-2009 05:31 AM

Very unique. Impresive technique. Looks like a floppy ice cream cone. How are you anchoring it to stand up?

-- "They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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#9 posted 03-11-2009 02:23 PM

Beautiful sculpture. Love the inlay, really sets off the piece.

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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#10 posted 03-11-2009 07:39 PM

These are incredible, Scott!

-- Happy woodworking!

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#11 posted 03-12-2009 05:04 AM

Excelllent work, thats truly inspiring.

-- Dan Wiggins

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#12 posted 03-17-2009 06:52 PM

Beautiful work and a lot of it (work that is).

Bill Roberts

-- Bill Roberts -- Steal one idea it's called plagerism. Steal a bunch - it's called research

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#13 posted 11-25-2009 06:57 AM

MIND BLOWING…..............very nice

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