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@BigJ Brush ?

Graydog

Contributor
So what should the @BigJ brush look like ?
@BigJ always has a kind word and gives great advice.
I have a few pieces of wood laying around that need to be turned
and His name came up in so many posts that I thought
I can make Him Smile why not. :)
Well Give me a few suggestion and we can come up with
a Forum designed Brush for Him .
Type of wood or woods to be used ,handle shape ,size and knot.
 
So what should the @BigJ brush look like ?
@BigJ always has a kind word and gives great advice.
I have a few pieces of wood laying around that need to be turned
and His name came up in so many posts that I thought
I can make Him Smile why not. :)
Well Give me a few suggestion and we can come up with
a Forum designed Brush for Him .
Type of wood or woods to be used ,handle shape ,size and knot.
I am SMILING ALREADY!! :a29::a29:
 

rockviper

Moderator Emeritus
Knotty, worm-riddled wood, with lots of jagged areas :ihih:









.... is what I would throw away when selecting stock :tongue_sm
 

KeenDogg

Contributor
Ambassador
Its gotta be warm and full of class. He is an admirable gentleman.

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KeenDogg

Contributor
Ambassador
I'm thinking two tone for sure. Otoh, I've always been a fan of Cocobola. Ooh maybe try some Bocote or Wenge. Those are nice too!

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rockviper

Moderator Emeritus
If you have any of the same horse-knot stock that you used in the Viper brush left, that could be a thought, Steve. I simply LOVE that knot (and duh, the handle too!).
 
You might want a big knot to match the name BigJ and a warm textured wood and a long handle for big hands!
Congratulations BigJ for getting a Graydog brush that you deserve.
Have some great shaves!
 

Graydog

Contributor
Alright @BigJ
Here is one that I just Finished (knot is not set)
What do You Think ? 2 Pieces of Cross Cut Zebra woodBigJ.jpg BigJ2.jpg
 
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