These were hiding inside a 2 x 4
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I thought I would try pine pens and, as you would expect, the soft growth sanded differently than the hard growth so you can feel as well as see the grain. I also think the dyes, especially the purple, are too strong.

On the other hand, my wife says she loves all of them.


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We do segmented turning, not because it is easy, but because it is hard.
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All I know is you have done some beautiful work with the pine segmented turnings. Yes Yes
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I don't think the purple dye is too strong. In the photos they are a rich color that is really eye catching. Nice job!
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Nuthin' wrong with any of those....


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Someone sure went through a lot of trouble hiding those in a 2x4.
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