Woodturning - A Waterfall Vase !!

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  • Published on:  Thursday, July 4, 2019
  • Here I used a Wenge bowl blank to make a vase .. It didn't really turn out out like I wanted.. I should have taken more note of the grain before gluing up ..the grain is cool but doesn't go well with the resin and it looks unbalanced .. (or is that just me)?Thanks for watching my etsy & Instagram linkshttps://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/AndyPhil...https://www.instagram.com/andyphillip_/Where I buy my resin productshttp://www.houseofresin.co.uk/
  • Source: https://youtu.be/i672qeFXm5M


  • sebastian gomez

    sebastian gomez

     1 months ago +324

    I don’t know why these have been turning up in my recommended but I’m glad they are

  • Dmitriy Voloshin

    Dmitriy Voloshin

     yesterday +1

    Fifteen hundred laudatory comments and not a single question! WHAT FOR? To kill a lot of time and good wood?

  • coza009


     2 days ago +1

    Why not fit a small flickering light inside to make the ‘water’ appear to be moving? 🤔👍🏼

  • Chanda Russell

    Chanda Russell

     14 days ago +5

    Hmmmm. I see what you were referring to when you said it looked unbalanced. But it’s still a very pretty wood and it’s nicely done.

  • Clyde Balcom

    Clyde Balcom

     1 months ago +39

    That is stunning! You have a wonderful piece of art. I'm blown away! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐👍👍

  • Erik Zellers

    Erik Zellers

     7 days ago +5

    Since you asked - the grain on first consideration, does distract from the waterfall effect of the resin.
    But, on second consideration, it reminds me of the way that waterfalls cut through rock, creating such effects. Layers of rock get twisted on themselves, maybe not making complete circles, but close enough, which demonstrates the power the forces underground, but then water just cuts through it and goes where it wants.
    I suspect a geologist would love it.
    And the shape is elegant.

  • 0221serendipity


     7 days ago +5

    Andy is AMAZING! I subscribed a while ago because it's so relaxing watching his woodwork mastery. Wish he'd upload a new video every week.

  • Leroy Najatahn

    Leroy Najatahn

     12 hours ago

    Maaaaan, this is a joy to watch! So satisfying!

  • Geoff Brasier

    Geoff Brasier

     19 hours ago

    Lotta skill there.  You can tell because he has all of his fingers and knuckles.

  • Robert Langley

    Robert Langley

     2 days ago

    Very very elegant, TY for sharing. Excellent video.

  • Dan Deen

    Dan Deen


    What's that blue stuff? And could you put a light inside?

  • Андрей Петров

    Андрей Петров

     1 months ago +70

    Ух,красота! Мастер своего дела, лайк однозначно...



     19 hours ago

    That push stick is something else tho 😂😂

  • Shelby Auippa

    Shelby Auippa

     1 months ago +5

    Sir, this is the second time I have commented. I just love you style. The way you design your art is always amazing to me. My wife and I really love to watch your videos and are never disappointed with the results. This last vase was as always amazing and I have learned from watching you. I do have a suggestion for a project that may be something you may like. When you hollow out your project you have all the shavings from the wood, especially with the dark woods. I would love to see you collect the shavings and mix them with a light colored or clear resin and make something. It might be silly but I would love to see a project of yours in that style if possible. I love watching your work.

  • aciarduce


     1 months ago +17

    watching this made me inspired to make something of my own....
    listening to this gave me dot matrix printer nightmares...

  • ahmet eser

    ahmet eser

     2 days ago

    How did you make the blue material?

  • Дмитрий Анипко

    Дмитрий Анипко

     1 months ago +2

    Great! Watching this make me peaceful. If its a vase - put the flowers in it, then its clear - the work is done.

  • OneSock Assassin

    OneSock Assassin

     1 months ago +4

    Woah I wish I could do that
    This is so amazing!

  • FromTheHeartWoodMK


     1 months ago +42

    I personally love this piece. I like how the wenge grains are offset, it gives it an artsy feel. The resin was a great touch! Keep it up Andy!

  • Emilio López

    Emilio López

     1 months ago +56

    Pretty amazing! I don’t love the design but the craftsmanship is out of this world!