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Don’t know if I am doing things right just yet, I am trying to post a picture of a segmented bowl that I made for my step daughters wedding a year ago. Just trying to get the hang of it, as I have some other projects that I would like to post in the future Hope that this comes out OK.

-- Rockbuster,Ft. Wayne,In It is far better to remain silent, and appear the fool, than it is to open ones mouth, and remove all doubt.





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MShort

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#1 posted 1201 days ago

That is a great looking bowl. Nice wedding gift to boot. Looking forward to more of your work.

-- Mike, Missouri --- “A positive life can not happen with a negative mind.” ---

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a1Jim

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#2 posted 1201 days ago

This is a wonderful bowl a great job a work of art.

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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RussInMichigan

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#3 posted 1201 days ago

Wow!
I’d love to have you explain your process of getting that magnificent result in a blog. That is impressive.

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#4 posted 1201 days ago

That bowl is fantastic. Can’t wait to see your other projects.

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Tomw

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#5 posted 1201 days ago

Wow. I second the blog request. Obviously, your struggle with picture posting is because you devote your time to developing more worthwhile skills!

-- Tom

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Rockbuster

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#6 posted 1201 days ago

Thanks for all of the nice comments, the bowl was not that difficult to build,most of it was done in plain segmented turning (12 segments @15 degrees) The Indian Blanket Design feature ring, is best described by getting a hold of Malcolm Tibbetts book called “The Art of Segmented Wood Turning”, go to chapter 9,page 73 and look up “JOHN”S TURNING” This man is a master of segmented turning, and he explains and shows pictures, of how to do this much much better than I could ever do in a blog. I tried a few practice pieces first using some white & yellow pine, figured that way if it failed, I woulden’t be out of using my good wood. It can get a little scary ripping the thin strips, but there is also a place in his book that he explains how to do this. This book can also be found at most local librarys. Once I learned to do this, it was a fun project,a little time consuming, with a lot of glue work, but well worth it when I saw the looks on the brides and grooms faces.

-- Rockbuster,Ft. Wayne,In It is far better to remain silent, and appear the fool, than it is to open ones mouth, and remove all doubt.

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Darell

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#7 posted 1201 days ago

I second what everybody else said. Great piece. I’m going to find that book.

-- Darell, Norman, Ok.

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branch

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#8 posted 1200 days ago

hi very nice bit of work love the feature ring is fantastic they are a lot of work in making a feature ring using that design you educated it perfectly
what is the measurements of this beautiful bowl
what wood did you use
what finish did you use
looking forward to seeing more of your work
and welcome to LJ GREAT TO MEET YOU
BRANCH

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peteg

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#9 posted 1200 days ago

Well you arecertainly using one of the best references on Segmentation in Malcolm Tibbetts.
This is a very nice job & I am sure the other great segmenters in LJ’s (along with the rest of us) will enjoy seeing more of your work

-- Pete G: If you always do what you always did you'll always get what you always got

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ncdon

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#10 posted 1200 days ago

You may be new to posting pictures, but my guess is you are anything but new to turning. Great looking piece.
Well done. Looking forward to more.

-- Don, North Carolina,http://www.ncdon.com " A sharp blade & a tuned saw= happiness"

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Rockbuster

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#11 posted 1200 days ago

Hi Branch: The woods in this bowl are Walnut,Cherry, Brazialian Cherry,& Curly Maple, Best my memory serves me is that it is approx 10 3/4” wide and 4 1/2 deep. The finish is a couple of coats of mineral oil with a coat or two of lathe running rubbed butcher block oil over it. I don’t have a big lathe, (Rikon model 37-100 12” over bed and 16” between centers, about all you want to handle on a project like this. Don’t have a large set of Cole Jaws, so I used the Longsworth Chuck that I made a few years earlier, It only flew out of it once during the process,was just lucky enough to catch it in mid-air before disaster.

-- Rockbuster,Ft. Wayne,In It is far better to remain silent, and appear the fool, than it is to open ones mouth, and remove all doubt.

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michelletwo

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#12 posted 1199 days ago

Quite a nice job on the indian bllanket design..great bowl. Have you been to the Segmented site? Segmented Woodturners? I love segmenting & there are great seg. turners there..

-- We call the destruction of replaceable human made items vandalism, while the destruction of irreplaceable natural resources is called development.

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