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    May I live like the lotus, at ease in muddy water

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    +1 ^

    Another little jammer from the other night in Massachusetts.
    This one is mostly new satin aphrodisia that strikes more red than the standard version. White satin, non dense glopal , really tealy, eclipse , and illuminati. The bridges are experimental hydro. I shrunk the top of the stem and tipped that rear section back at a angle. Slowly getting to the proportions I originally wanted for these.

    I need better pics. The strike in person is amazing.

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    Gorgeous! I love the new colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoRo View Post
    +1 ^

    Another little jammer from the other night in Massachusetts.
    This one is mostly new satin aphrodisia that strikes more red than the standard version. White satin, non dense glopal , really tealy, eclipse , and illuminati. The bridges are experimental hydro. I shrunk the top of the stem and tipped that rear section back at a angle. Slowly getting to the proportions I originally wanted for these.

    I need better pics. The strike in person is amazing.

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    Are you from Mass? My shop is in Fall River

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    Dope sherlock!

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    I have been spending half my time in the Springfield area helping heat things up and cool them down.



    I'm from upstate ny , close to the vt boarder. (Remember I had 42degrees buy that case of lofty glass?)

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    Very nice piece. Loving the new colors!
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    man i totally need something in my collection from you BoRo, one of these days!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoRo View Post
    I have been spending half my time in the Springfield area helping heat things up and cool them down.



    I'm from upstate ny , close to the vt boarder. (Remember I had 42degrees buy that case of lofty glass?)
    Oh Ya!! I member!

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    The Ouroboros.

    A collaboration between a brand new newb. Enligtend angles (6 years in) and myself , at Just under 18 years behind a torch.

    The design to completion was a true colab. It's built to run a e nail. 18mm to hold it secure. Each hole was designed as a portal, each to a different plane / location. The piece itself it supposed to be everything and nothing so it does not influence the end user in a specific direction. The antenna wings were Built with high nobel metal content for better reception. It has almost every type of "hype" glass minus old work. Built to tame the Dirty Moutain Tiger.

    The list of features and design elements is incomplete.

    I will get better pics and a description on instagram when I get time tonight.

    1/2 " shy of 16"



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    I know I'm not the only one making glass. Can I get a reply with pictures from your hot kiln? Pretty please? (Yes, YOU)

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    woo thats sweet, anyone know how dan kooper is doin?

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    Beautiful piece BoRo

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    Love the work Boro. I've been working mostly on prodo for a minute. I'm gonna be taking some pictures to update my catalog though so I'll drop some here soon.

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    "But my dear man, reality is only a Rorschach ink-blot, you know."

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    Been working on lot on gentle striking

    I'm an amateur(warning)

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    ive been trying to stay warm, so havent been putting that much time in.
    cant wait till it warms up.

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    That is beautiful alelexi! I could stare at that all night. Here's a spoon i just got out, nothing special but the first time i've gotten good results with amber purple.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadrunner11 View Post
    That is beautiful alelexi! I could stare at that all night. Here's a spoon i just got out, nothing special but the first time i've gotten good results with amber purple.

    Frit? I had trouble getting colors out of AP in ISO, I end up with piss yellow last time I tried.

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    see the "rough" texture on the inside?
    that could cause cracking issues if the frit isnt melted in all the way.
    blow it out and condense it and you should be able to get it to smooth out more.

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    ya small frit snoop. i've tried a few times too and gotten a hazy color. hafta get it hotter i think. thanks shattered i've had a harder time with mouthpiece end bc i start to lose control of the blowtube connection. using 10mm


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