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The first pipe I ever made was massive! This is a common mistake of new pipe makers. It's much easier to make a large pipe than it is a small one. In my first months of pipe making, Tyler Lane (wonderful pipe maker) pointed this out to to me. He said
Recently found the website of Rob Ager, a film-maker and movie critic/analyst: Collative Learning His reach seems to exceed his grasp in some connections he makes, but all in all very good stuff indeed. His analysis of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A
So what are your views on personal preferences for maximum bowl depth? And yes of course it also depends on the diameter, wall thickness, type of tobacco and so forth. My objective here is to see what you might see as the deepest you'd consider for a pipe
Pipes come in various sizes (obviously). Some have bowls that are wide and some have bowls that are narrow. Is there a reason why pipes have bowls with different size widths (inner diameter)? Do certain tobaccos smoke better in a wider or narrower