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    Open Segmented Vases

    I learned Open Segmented Woodturning for 9 years ago, and very soon I desided to make four vases With a mutual high different at 33 mm. The smallest at a hight of 35 mm, and the tallest at 134 mm. The first I made was 68 mm high, the next 101 mm and the therd at 134 mm hight, I made the smallest at last. I had to get some practice first. The smallest vase is made of 20 layers With 12 segments - all segments are 2 mm in hight. The other Three vases has 18 layers with 18 segments in each, and the segments are in vase two 3 mm, vase Three 4 mm and vase four 5 mm in hight.minivase___40mm_thumb.jpg three vases.jpg
    Last edited by Oeistein; 11-28-2012 at 02:23 PM.
    Oeistein Jensen from Western Norway

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    Very nice work. I do like the little one.

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    Mr. Oeistein,

    Did you use graph paper to lay out the design work for the figures on your vases? Would you care to share with us the method you use to create the figures on the vases? I too like the work you did.
    Thanks,
    Art

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Boudreau View Post
    Mr. Oeistein,

    Did you use graph paper to lay out the design work for the figures on your vases? Would you care to share with us the method you use to create the figures on the vases? I too like the work you did.
    Thanks,
    Art
    Hi Art. I don t use graph paper for designing my vases. Sometimes I use Woodturner Studio, and other times I use Woodturner Pro.
    Thanks,
    Oeistein
    Oeistein Jensen from Western Norway

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