Entry 13 (below): Scotty B. (aka: Scotty B on YouTube)
Scotty posted a video of his "44 Mag Devil Anse" pipe at: http://youtu.be/cXfoYZxJA-A
Entry 14 (below): Randy K. (aka: KnottHomeR on YouTube)
Randy posted a video of his pipe at: http://youtu.be/aEp0hFxLcmo
Entry 15 (below): Randall (aka: Shad Rac on YouTube)
Shad Rac's "MacArthur Thorn Pipe". Randall posted a video in support of his entry: http://youtu.be/1ACLfDZWtok
Entry 16 (below): Mike C.
The bowl part is briar - 2 1/4" tall; 1 3/4" wide; 7/8" bowl.
The total length is 6 5/16"
Nebraska 'Cornhusker' logo is hand carved on the front. The rest is rusticated.
The shank is a 'country gentleman' bowl, that I turned down to make into a reverse calabash chamber.
The stem is hand cut acrylic, ironically called 'Husker'. It has 3 thin acrylic bands on it, black, white and the swirled 'husker' acrylic sandwiched in between.
Entry 17 (below): Jeff (aka: SLVshadow on YouTube)
Jeff posted a video in support of his entry: http://youtu.be/5vGElFQ-Dao
Entry 18 (below): Jason (aka: SlightOfPipes on Youtube)
Jason posted a video in support of his entry: http://youtu.be/sGPfHtuBhuc
Entry 19 (below): Shane H.
Shane made several cobs using a variety of stems, and Shane also posted an entire step by step photo album on Facebook.
Honorable Mention (below): Seth M. (aka: my son "Boy" and Seth Markwood, The Shrinking Pastor on Youtube) Seth posted a video in support of his entry: http://youtu.be/_WDFBYAXZz4
FYI, Seth is not eligible to win the top prize, but wanted to support the contest and make his dream of this ePipe a reality.