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Diy - Glass Pipe Monster

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by dankshizzle, Jul 28, 2011.

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    bigbillyrocka

    bigbillyrocka Well-Known Member

    awesome right up!! :)
     
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    dankshizzle

    dankshizzle Glassblowing Moderator

    A lot of people were asking me how I do it so I just made this. I realize not everyone would have a torch and kiln. Just thought I'd share the magic
     
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    bigbillyrocka

    bigbillyrocka Well-Known Member

    only thing i dont have is a kiln. damn things are expensive
     
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    dankshizzle

    dankshizzle Glassblowing Moderator

    Mine was 420$ with 150$ door attatchment. But I'm ready to upgrade. Have cracked heady shit that I made too big to fit in. Nothing else to do but let it crack.... now I'm sticking with smaller pieces till I get my new one. Sucks Spending two days on one piece for it to explode...
     
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    bigbillyrocka

    bigbillyrocka Well-Known Member

    yikes! that would suck man!. i used to do ceramics and same situation kinda. Made big things only to find em shattered etc. sucks balls!
     
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    nice tutorial. :cool:
     
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    SmokesLikeBob

    SmokesLikeBob Well-Known Member

    Really nice work man! I wish I had the money to get all the tools and shit!


    You make glass pieces as well, right? I think I remember seeing a thread on your homemade pieces a while back??
     
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    i dabble here and there. ;)
     
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    SmokesLikeBob

    SmokesLikeBob Well-Known Member

    If my memory serves me well, you have a very impressive and rather large collection! Really great stuff!
     
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    dankshizzle

    dankshizzle Glassblowing Moderator

    Whats up on the glass section? If ya need someone to monitor it, I'm addicted to this site now, and have it on my phone so I check it every 5 minutes and would love to help.
     
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    MediMary

    MediMary Well-Known Member

    nice tutorial :)
     
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    dankshizzle

    dankshizzle Glassblowing Moderator

    Thanks. You should try one!
     
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    TheRachShow

    TheRachShow Well-Known Member

    Dankshizzle my nizzle! Your glass works are off the chain man! Truly talented!!

    How much does a setup from scratch cost roughly? I'm very interested on taking on a hobby and glass blowing would be ideal for opening up a shopfront. :P

    and Just outta curiosity, are you from MI by chance?
     
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    dankshizzle

    dankshizzle Glassblowing Moderator

    Flint area..
    Kiln-500
    Torch-500
    Tanks regulators glasses tools-500-800
    Then you gotta buy glass.. but I started with a. 75$ torch and a fire blanket
     
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    TheRachShow

    TheRachShow Well-Known Member

    Lol, Metro detroit here, and damn, so like $1,500 USD?
     
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    i<3

    i<3 Active Member

    if i were a kid, i would say " i wanna blow glass pipes and bongs for stoners when i grow up".
    thats sick !
     
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    TheRachShow

    TheRachShow Well-Known Member

    I AM THAT KID! haha.
     
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    hammer6913

    hammer6913 Well-Known Member

    hey dank... iseen an oil pipe the other day i wanted to buy, but i had to buy the oil with it.. duh. im not rich. lol. anyway it was like a regular bowl but instead of a hole for screen it has like 6 holes midway up side and u used a glass rod to ignite u oil. then the rod stored inside the pipe via mouth hole. somehow the rod was able to stay in place even if u tipped it up so mouthpiece was on bottom. i dont do well with descriptions, hope u got the idea lol. could be a big seller for u also. let me know the costill see if the wife can let go of the money. lol catch ya later bro. pm me if ya want to on price.
     
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    Sr. Verde

    Sr. Verde Well-Known Member

    sweet tutorial man!


    Those are probably the sickest chillums I've seen.. lots of cool details like the ears and wrinkles LOL

    I have a chillum I never use, it is just like a normal bat color changer with just a fewwww basic colors wrapping around it.. honestly nicest one I could find in the store.... yours are way better
     
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    dankshizzle

    dankshizzle Glassblowing Moderator

    Thanks alot man
     

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