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    Niiice work goat! Here is my measly bubbler.


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    Some new sherlys






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    Nomad those are nice. how do you get the constriction without it showing in the design? can you take a shot of the bowls?

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    Fun with pendants




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    I just melted it and spun my hands the same rate. I will take a pic for you. These are prototypes. The finished piece with have a steal your face marble. I am working on a new design for a greatful dead concert pipe.
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    Nomad those are nice. how do you get the constriction without it showing in the design? can you take a shot of the bowls?

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    right on thats clean thanks. i i think if i tried to make that it would burn the fume off and make all the lines squish together/distort near the constriction.

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    practice. I actually use 19 mm heavy tube and constrict the entire thing. The smaller tubing is harder for my hands. If my hands were smaller I would use smaller then 19 mm.

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    ok i get it instead of a small flame and making a tight constriction near the front the whole neck is the constriction. I never thought of doing it that way for some reason cool stuff.

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    Awesome thread. You guys make me feel lazy lol

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    Those Ornaments, Aliens, Cthulus and Bird pics are so great, Thanks all you guys for sharing!

    Just made this last night, inspired by Rick Griffin's Flying Eyeball:

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    And a recent favorite:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquidsand View Post
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    Wow the colors in these are great!

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    Beautiful work guys! I really need to take some pics of the stuff I'm making.

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    Those are cool.

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    A couple of spoons and my first attempt at an incycler / recycler or whatever they are called
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    Thanks for the pretty pictures.


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