|Project by SugarbeatCo||posted 09-18-2012 08:41 AM||702 views||0 times favorited||2 comments|
This was my first hollow form, turned from Spalted Black Oak. I didn’t get a very good shot of the dark spot that you can vaguely see in the 1st picture, the main spalted area (of coarse). But I was happy it came out so well for my 1st. I used a spindle gouge to shape the outside. A round nose scraper to rough out the inside, And the easy wood tools full size hollow tool (Ci3 i believe). I didnt have a way at the time to reverse or jamb chuck it to add finishing details to the bottom, so it is just perfectly flat. The inside is finished, but only sanded to 180 grit, and that seems adequate. Its about 5” tall and about 3.5 wide.Thanks for looking.
( P.S. I added a picture of the place where all the magic happens :P )
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