The problem with that is that I would end up making ten times as much as I sell and instead of reducing stock it builds more and defeats the object of the exercise.
So it gives me an opportunity to have a play and create new effects.
I was recently demonstrating at Yandles woodworking show and Martin Sabin Smith gave me some Wax's to play with.
Here is some info with pics on something I did today followed by some I did yesterday.
This is not necessarily the way that Martin Saban Smith would do this but it is the way I do it some of this might seem to you to be unnecessary but i achieve the finish that I am after.
I started off with an Ash blank with very nice grain and scorched it very heavily to enable me to remove a lot of the soft grain sometimes I scorch it twice.
From here on you might think that I am going a bit over the top I don't think I am because the results
are what I like to achieve. I have now turned out the centre and sanded down to 1000 grit then used Yorkshire Grit you might think this is unnecessary as Yorkshire grit recommend sanding to 240 but again this is the way I do it. I used Yorkshire grit to get an even finer finish than achieved by 1000 grit abrasive.The white you see is dust