Thursday 12 September 2013
The October issue of Woodturning has a wide range of projects for you to make, including Bob Chapman's clockwork sculpture; Neil Turner's fire platter; Philip Greenwood's offcentre bowl; Mark Sanger's end grain vase and Paul Hannaby's spherical hollow form. There's also the last in the series of Richard Findley's 'commissions' article, so don't miss out.
In terms of techniques, Kurt Hertzog gives you a comprehensive guide to improving your turning photos before we move on to our extensive features section. This month, we have a profile on Michael Kehs and his cave-inspired turnings; a 20-minute interview with Jerry Sambrook and our featured artist is Bill Ooms, with his stunning piece, 'The Eighth Note'.
We have a great selection of press releases, mini tests and reviews in our hot stuff section and a test on the Monster Articulated arm Hollowing System, courtesy of Richard Kennedy.
As well as all this, we also have your favourite pages including 'Leader', 'Next issue' and 'Community news'.
There are also details of the Triton competition. So if you haven't already entered, then what are you waiting for! There's some great prizes up for grabs. All this and more in issue 258!
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