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    If you aint Dickfarm, let him fight his own battles.
    you will shank me later

    Quote Originally Posted by FifDeez View Post
    I like the idea of burning water. Sounds mystical even tho I understand it completely.

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    dickfarm is not even here arguing. I was interested in seeing his lathe. ISA is always going out of his way to trash talk people. Dickfarm is doing more than this dude, that is for sure. I know my place as a blower. I am a novice, but it is still how I pay my bills. You would think that Istandalone was throwing down some stroker seals the way he takes the time to fuck with nomad, or just interject when its not necessary to trash someone. Its easily as offensive as going and reading some of dickfarms trolling. If you are not a badass blower (and we all know who the badasses are in this forum) then sweep your own porch.
    May I live like the lotus, at ease in muddy water

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    Quote Originally Posted by hashmasta-kut View Post
    If you aint Dickfarm, let him fight his own battles.
    It could very well be...

    That's one of the beautiful things about the world wide web

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skuzz View Post
    I dont care what you have to say



    If you dont care what he has to say, then you could have shown it, by really not caring, and not commenting on it in the first place
    you will shank me later

    Quote Originally Posted by FifDeez View Post
    I like the idea of burning water. Sounds mystical even tho I understand it completely.

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    fair enough. its just erked me a bit in the past. I am against making waves, so peace or whatevs. need good vides all the time
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    [QUOTE=Skuzz;894270]fair enough. its just erked me a bit in the past. I am against making waves, so peace or whatevs. need good vides all the time This is a video displaying a few of Fifdeez pieces in Cali. Watched him make these


    https://www.instagram.com/p/BHZBB1MA...=gaudinmanform
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    https://www.instagram.com/p/BHP-56eA...=gaudinmanform
    I have not done very many 2 piece sherlocks, but this is one that alot of people seem to like that I made the other day. strugling with finding a shape that I like
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    May I live like the lotus, at ease in muddy water

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    Starting to get my fume to do a little color change

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    My spoons are more consistent and i'm enjoying a higher success rate lately. Also expanding my pendant craftwork a little bit, getting familiar with different colors and how to work them. The blue and yellow vortex pendy came out pretty cool, i have to do more of those.

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    Looking good Cerberus

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    ^^^ what he said.
    This thread has so many directions and so much neat shit to look at.
    You glassblowers are a creative bunch.
    Here is my first attempt at a double jesussealrecycler and it so happens it's a micro too.
    All of it has been made from 12mm blowtube. Almost done.
    I love micro work but damn it gets tricky....
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    life>fiction

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    Very nice work guys, its so impressive seeing what you all come up with!

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    Here are the cups I completed while taking the Jason Howard class at the Corning Museum of Glass. I had such a blast at the class if anyone ever gets to take a class with Jason I highly recommend it. It's A LOT more than stemware.



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    Nice cups .
    Yeah jason is a beast on the torch and infinite amounts of knowledge
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    Quote Originally Posted by STROKER View Post
    Nice cups .
    Yeah jason is a beast on the torch and infinite amounts of knowledge
    Thanks Stroker! He definitely is all that and more, I never stopped being amazed by the stuff he would pull off during that class. I know this thread is for fresh finished work but I figure you guys wouldn't mind an action shot from the class and even some of the finished work that Jason made with Doug Williams and Germ.









    And a pipe germ made at Corning!





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    Awesome post mb

    ^i felt this needed all caps but vbulletin disagreed lol.

    thanks again tho

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    My latest thing are multi size carb caps .
    Here is the mafia shot
    Trying different things to see what the public wants.
    Apparently they want them all and a bunch more.
    I love glass.
    I have auctions going on my ig page most everyday if you guys ever want to scurry over.
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    life>fiction

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    nice stroker, cool idea. its like a reverse universal nail. i never end up use a cap but if i did. id use one like these

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    If your not capped your definitely loosing out on the low temp goodness.
    That's all I'm gonna say...
    Thanks for the kind words....
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