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That small to 1/16" must have been a little difficult. Of course, I'm someone who has not yet turned anything consistently to even 1/8", so what do I know. I like your variety of shapes, and they all seem to have fair curves and nice lines. Question: the darker one, center front, is it wobbly to stand up with such a narrow base? Would it be very wobbly if it was seven or eight inches wide?
 

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I like those. Small turnings are not easy. thats some talent there.

ps you should post a picture of one with a quarter or something as a frame of reference.
 

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ain't they just so cute!!!!
Nice job as always Roper. Your patience with such small pieces is amazing.
 

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I wanna learn how to turn something that nice!
 

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Roper, these remind me of the Travellers sample miniture booze bottles, dead true to scale
Think I would need to upgrade my glasses to try this small :)
Neat turning on a small scale, well done
 

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Thanks for all the great feedback guys and gals,glad you enjoy them.
 

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Roger,

Where are you doing the demo at? And did you do it already?
 

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Hello Roger, I have already done my demo for the Front Range Woodturners here in Denver, but if your in the area you are more then welcome to come on out to the shop for a private lesson.
 

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I will do that. I go up there for Motorcycle meetings. I'm also in a Motorcycle organization. We have 5 chapters in Denver. I'll let you know.
 
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