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Canary Wood, Non-lathe bowl #6
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#1 posted 06-27-2010 12:36 AM
Wow, All of those bowls are amazing!Very proffessionally done.
-- Joel -- Ontario -- "Measure once, Cut twice, And its still too short"
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#2 posted 06-27-2010 01:00 AM
Pretty darn good
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#3 posted 06-27-2010 03:05 AM
Thank you guys. I’m still trying to hone my skill. Its almost embarrassing when I look at some of these other guys works, but at least Im trying and having fun doing it.
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#4 posted 06-27-2010 05:51 AM
Nice looking bowl. What do you mean by “non lathe bowl”? Is it carved?
Keep it up.
-- Scrap Wood's the best...the projects are smaller, and so is the mess!
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#5 posted 06-27-2010 06:06 AM
Is that the finish you used, Watco? I have not seen a can like that.
-- Randy "You are judged as much by the questions you ask as the answers you give..."
#6 posted 06-27-2010 01:41 PM
Thank you.Scrappy This bowl was carved using a Lancelot chainsaw disc on an angle grinder followed by gouges and chisels and a ton of sanding, haha.Jusfine It is finished with 4 coats of Watco Butcher Block oil. Picked it up at Lowes. As I am new to my hobby and don’t have much in the way of scrap wood to test on, I am staying in my comfort zone. I have found that it is very hard to mess up the application of Watco oil. I would like to start trying some different finishes, just not sure as to which ones yet.
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