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Tomahawk

Had fun making this one. Battuto carving on the blade and handle. 18" long and has a good weight, even managed to get the blade pretty sharp. Leather, owl feathers and fox fur all done by my talented friend Kaija. Busted my shoulder boarding so won't be workin on any big pieces for a while...humbug
Added by Stratisphere on 12/31/2008 5:03:51 PM
Tomahawk
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Green Lightning

I made this piece for the Smoked volume 1 exhibition. Go get the Book. Live action shots provided by Pakoh. I think the dimensions are 9X11X14 and heavy as a watermelon. Thanks-MNP
Added by MNP on 12/31/2008 10:21:17 AM
Green Lightning
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funky clear inline

yup...
Added by Steve Bates on 12/30/2008 5:55:46 PM
funky clear inline
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DreamWeaver

Chris Carlson came over for a collab session and we made these little dreams. Good times with a good friend, what a great way to end the year! #1-3 are 14mm, #4-6 are 18mm.
Added by Jason Lee Glass on 12/30/2008 2:06:00 PM
DreamWeaver
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((<>))

Made this one this fall. My roomate didn't let it leave the house. He thought that it reminded him of something out of a Dr. Suess book, So we call it the Dr. Suess Bub. It stands just over 15 inches tall. Thanks 4 lookin! ~Z~
Added by Big Z on 12/30/2008 1:14:31 PM
((<<Dr. Suess>>))
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The King and the cluxtch (part 3)

I learned much in the time I spent with the king. He was strangely compelled to teach what he could, mostly about survival, or as he refered to it longevity. Once he sat me down and gave me this warning. “There are many types in the see Salt, you must be aware. I know that soon you will grow bored with the safety of the kingdom and leave us. There are those in the see that will be drawn to you. Some will be great allies those that hold you up and whom you can trust. However there are also those that would take what you have like this one you’ve told me of in Loocodar. The see is ripe with these mercenaries and bandits out only for themselves. Your best weapon is your head, If they are following you then they are always one step behind you, you must use your head to stay focused on what truths you can find.” I remember thinking that it was a waste of time to try and track down this imposter in Loocodar. To what end? There was a wise rhetoric to the King’s words. I knew it was there but it took me a while to notice it. Put simply don’t give the negative attention, if you do it takes away from the attention you give the positive. The day that I left, the king repeated these words to me with a noticeable amount of concern. “Trust only those who earn the right and none other. There will be many challenges and foes but the see has much to offer you Salt, Farwell.” And at that I left. I wandered in a direction that I had not gone in quite a while, down……… The sore flesh surrounding the worste of the small bites on my left arm woke me. I could feel the dagger still in my hand. The smooth ridges of the clutcherouxe flexed slightly as I regained consciousness. They had been after the blade,I had heard one call to the other,"get the blade". The cluxtch blade knew that I was awake. This was because it was no ordinary blade, a cluxtch blade was alive. The Kings wisdom echoed in my memory, “A clutcherouxe is a creature that usually only grows to the size of large splitter. Normally a clutcherouxe will attach itself to another creature or plant and feed off that creatures waste and life force for survival. Long ago the earliest know natives of the see had discovered that the clutcherouxe that lived down near where the new rock was made, grew larger and that if caught just as they are hatched could be attached to a shard of the extremely hard new rock. If taken care of properly they would grow onto the rock at the molecular level creating an un paralleled bond, and a blade. A cluxtch blade, also called a stoned dagger, was virtually indestructible and light weight, the cluxtch blade was a formidable tool, however the real secret to the power of yielding a cluxtch blade was that the clutcherouxe still needed to feed off the life force of another being namely the owner of the blade. So, over time a symbiotic relationship between the blade and its owner could be cultivated and result in an inexplicable increase in ability and performance. It was said that a skilled warrior with a well seasoned cluxtch blade fought as if in a trance with a clam intensity and an unyielding stamina, falling foes of much greater size and number. These warriors were long since lost to time and only tales of their way survived as artifacts. The words of the king rang still in my mind as I thought what had happened. The king’s words already had proven to be as much a gift as the priceless cluxtch blade and together they had probably saved my life. I took my time carving the letters into the blade.
Added by Salt on 12/29/2008 11:18:47 PM
The King and the cluxtch (part 3)
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Green upline

Happy Holidays, I haven't made anything big in a while due to extreme cold weather. But we had a couple mild days and I was able to put this one together.
Added by Korey on 12/29/2008 5:46:25 PM
Green upline
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Undersea Relic *Smoked Vol. 1*

This is the largest piece i have made to date! The Swissperc itself is 37"x24"x3" and stands about 4'6" on it's stand. There are 54 donuts in the chamber and a 10+ hole disc diffuser. The whole piece has been electroformed and patinated as well. It is designed to be used while on the stand, and rotates to fit an adult of any height. This piece is featured in Smoked Vol. 1 available at www.gritcityinc.com
Added by Natedizz on 12/28/2008 8:39:18 PM
Undersea Relic *Smoked Vol. 1*
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bomber

sorry the pix suc....First character i made into a pipe. set for Honalee glass in reno, peace!
Added by Mike Luna on 12/28/2008 3:09:57 PM
bomber
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ROOR/PLAYBOY

This is a kustom ROOR hookah we just finished for the man himself.
Added by Dementia on 12/28/2008 7:24:26 AM
ROOR/PLAYBOY
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When it Rains it Snows

Hello all~ happy holidays~ I wanted to share with yall about my most recent predicament~ Making big pieces is not as easy when it gets cold out..... i lost three big pieces and i was able to fix a couple of them~ The first one was out at a show in Chicago called Suck On it but unfortunately it was broken in shipping on its way back to the buyer:( I was able to fix it, but only briefly..... I had another piece break right after that and another..... Its been a tough month to say the least. but im getting through it. i actually made a couple pieces that survived in the last week or so:) ha ha, lol
Added by Eusheen on 12/27/2008 7:42:43 PM
When it Rains it Snows
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carving a chaotic niche / winter 2008-2009

art as therapy, moving in my own direction, walking toward the light and away from hell.
Added by Mermonkey on 12/27/2008 12:57:55 PM
carving a chaotic niche / winter 2008-2009
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Cognitive Dissident.

A mashup of some pipe and non-pipe stuff. Enjoy<------------
Added by Snic on 12/27/2008 10:14:36 AM
Cognitive Dissident.
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Pistol-grip'in Natty4 da Dugu

Faceted bowl,lug-nut,mouthpiece and disc, all amber-purple tube from NS,This one was soo much fun! you can pull super hard and not a drop/splash. and actually sits (kina wierd tho)firm with out spillin on the back/cut disc. i hope you all enjoy as much as i did making her. Pull-Da-Triger!!
Added by Hubbard on 12/26/2008 10:19:30 PM
Pistol-grip'in Natty4 da Dugu
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mosstoss

finished 12/4/08 1st pc with a custom stand .made by L a cool local welder pc is 20 inch 1st yellow pics show best symetry .was hard to get good pics of horns they kinda blend
Added by T-funk on 12/26/2008 7:22:32 PM
mosstoss
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West Coast Chopper Glass Pipe Style

Haven't posted anything in awhile so I thought I would put up the Sickest Chopper Banjo has made to date. The wheels really spin on this one and the details are amazing. Dimensions 15x8x5. Enjoy!! Presented by Rolling High Las Vegas.
Added by Banjo-l-l on 12/26/2008 5:53:06 PM
West Coast Chopper Glass Pipe Style
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Stacking cards

Here's a series I did this past month. INline, DUBUB, and Natural perc. I used all Northstar colors, thanks to Abe. Jetblack, starwhite, and cherry.
Added by Andy D on 12/26/2008 2:30:30 PM
Stacking cards
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new inless stemline

made this about a week ago. def not my best line work but im pretty proud of it considering it was made in 10 degree weather or colder, and my hands were numb and feet were freeezing. got some oil for the shop now so im stoked. workin in the cold sucks. aroun 13inches long, 14mm joints, 2 facets.
Added by Royal on 12/26/2008 9:53:39 AM
new inless stemline
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Two stroke

I posted this piece all ready but i think there were problems with the glass pipes server and this piece never made it to my gallery, so here it is again. This is a collab between Torimno and my self. Double pillars penetrating through two others. Chug like a champ.
Added by Lennon on 12/26/2008 8:03:13 AM
Two stroke
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dEiNDustRaliZatiOn.

Fall '08. Thanks for looking.
Added by Snic on 12/25/2008 12:53:46 PM
dEiNDustRaliZatiOn.
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