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HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

This is a discussion on HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread within the General Pipe Forum forums, part of the Pipe Smokers Forums category; Originally Posted by Hannibal ** Brent** But officer it's the pipes fault!! It got wedged on the gas pedal!! Officer ...

  
  1. #106

    Evolving Lead Puffer Fish mmiller's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibal View Post
    ** Brent** But officer it's the pipes fault!! It got wedged on the gas pedal!!
    Officer I didnt mean to knock my wife out and give her a black eye, all I did was turn around, my pipe did the rest!
    Pipes, Cigars and Snuff

  2. #107

    ... sigh Michigan_Moose's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    My wife doesnt mind when I smoke cigars or pipe, but she really could not care less about what I buy or have... she just yawns at the thought of hearing about my new stuff...

    BUT

    She did say that is really cool looking about the Churchwarden.

    hehehe

  3. #108

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    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Hi Gents. I haven't posted anything in a while. I've been busy with life (little guy's due in 4 weeks) and with updates to the shop. I began to cut my own stems out of Acrylic. Here is a pipe commissioned by Claws (Ryan) in exchange for additional shop tooling.

    Specifications
    Shape: Long Brandy
    Finish: smooth/rusticated
    Colour: Dark Mahogany/Black
    Overall Length: 7.25 in (184 mm)
    Bowl Height: 1.85 in (47 mm)
    Tobacco chamber diameter: 0.75 in (19 mm)
    Tobacco chamber depth: 1.62 in (41 mm)
    Tobacco chamber coating: none
    Draught hole diameter: 0.16 in (4 mm)
    Stummel material: Briar
    Stem material: black Acrylic
    Weight: 2.2 oz (63 g)






  4. #109

    T-Squared TommyTree's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Nice inlay.
    Enabler, Philosopher and Resident Imbiber

  5. #110

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    lol - not an inlay. Just a wide groove.

  6. #111

    T-Squared TommyTree's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HWiebe View Post
    lol - not an inlay. Just a wide groove.
    My bad. I struggle often with woodworking terms. I was trying to describe the decorative work around the rim.
    Enabler, Philosopher and Resident Imbiber

  7. #112

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Meh. No worries. I really just fake most of my knowledge....

  8. #113

    Maturing Puffer Fish claws's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    my friend that looks awesome. your skill never fails to impress me. that looks better then i imagined it on the drawing. your goods will be in your hands shortly. can't wait to pick that baby up and start breaking it in.

  9. #114

    LOB Nut Job Staxed's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    That is gorgeous!...when I have more funds available...I think I might know where one of my pipe orders will be coming from...
    You can't be friends with a squirrel! A squirrel is just a rat with a cuter outfit.
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  10. #115

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Here is a pipe commissioned by COYOTE JLR (Jacob)

    Specifications
    Shape: Churchwarden
    Finish: smooth/rusticated
    Colour: light mahogany
    Overall Length: 9 in (229 mm)
    Bowl Height: 2.25 in (57 mm)
    Tobacco chamber diameter: 0.875 in (22 mm)
    Tobacco chamber depth: 1.75 in (44 mm)
    Tobacco chamber coating: none
    Draught hole diameter: 0.125 in (3 mm)
    Stummel material: Briar
    Stem material: black ebonite
    Weight: 2.3 oz (66 g)










  11. #116

    Stay-Puft CeeGar's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Wow. That is really beautiful, Hekthor. Nice work!
    I can't complain, but sometimes I still do.
    ―Joe Walsh

  12. #117

    Puffer Fish with many spikes GoJohnnyGo's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Very well done!

  13. #118

    T-Squared TommyTree's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    I'm really liking the decorative touches you're adding.
    Enabler, Philosopher and Resident Imbiber

  14. #119

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Here is pipe number 024. It is the second hand cut stem I've ever attempted. Turned out pretty well I think.

    ( If you are interested in taking this beauty home just drop me a PM. )

    Specifications
    Shape: tankard
    Finish: smooth
    Colour: gray oak
    Overall Length: 5.25 in (133 mm)
    Bowl Height: 2.13 in (54 mm)
    Tobacco chamber diameter: 0.75 in (19 mm)
    Tobacco chamber depth: 1.875 in (48 mm)
    Tobacco chamber coating: none
    Draught hole diameter: 0.158 in (4 mm)
    Stummel material: Briar
    Stem material: ivory+black acrylic
    Weight: 2.2 oz (63 g)










  15. #120

    T-Squared TommyTree's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    That one made me start to reach for my wallet to see how much money I had (before I realized that I didn't have any money). Beautiful pipe, and it should make someone very happy.
    Enabler, Philosopher and Resident Imbiber

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