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Damon McLaughlin

Tea No More

This little corroded tea pot was inspired after watching Niclot Laurent's demonstration a couple weeks ago. This was turned from russian olivewood and stands 1-3/4" tall, not including the handle.

Tea No More
    • Russ Braun
      That’s tiny!
    • Steven Forrest
      Nice work. Would you care to share what you did for that finish, both in terms of color and texture? Thanks!
    • Damon McLaughlin
      @Steven Forrest , I would be happy to share with you.

      For the texture I used a butane torch and burned the heck out of the tea pot then scrubbed with a wire brush. The color is acrylic that is dry brushed, a top coat of archival spray finished it off. I used my fingers to apply the paint to the handle. The tea pot handle is a piece of scrap wire that I stripped out of my old trash compactor that I'm waiting to take to the dump.
    • Steven Forrest
      Thanks! Love it.
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    Date:
    Aug 2, 2020
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