The recording of our May meeting is now available. Stewart Furini demonstated how he turns a platter or shallow bowl and will showed a range of coloring and texturing ideas you can use to enhance your turning. You can find examples of his work and style on his YouTube channel and his website.
Color and texture are important features of Stewart’s work, and he enjoys sharing this enthusiasm with others and encouraging you to experiment and have a go. He covered design, cutting techniques, finishing techniques, and a number of coloring methods – including use of an airbrush – alongside simpler methods of applying color. He hopes you’ll be inspired to try some of these ideas out for yourself!
A recording of the demo is now available, and will be accessible until at least June 8th.
If you already purchased a ticket for the May 6th meeting, you do NOT need to purchase again. You will be receiving an email with a link to the video. If you have not received it, let me know.
If you did NOT purchase a ticket for the May 6th meeting, you can purchase access to the recording of the demo below.
After you submit your payment, you will automatically receive an email with a link for the video. (The email is sent to the email address you log into PayPal with.) If you do not receive or lose the email, please check your spam folder. If you still can’t find it, contact Joe Nestlerode.
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