|Project by Bearpie||posted 01-12-2013 02:31 AM||4048 views||3 times favorited||30 comments|
Something weird happened to me as I was turning this Rosewood crotch into a bowl! I had shaped and sanded the outside of the bowl before starting on the inside part as I usually do. Then I flip it around and start on the inside, stopping every now and then to check progress and sharpen my turning chisel. When I had about 1/4” more to go before I would be satisfied with the thickness, I stopped to check progress and busted out laughing! I decided to save the image and just smooth out the inside and finish taking the thickness down from the outside instead! What was I laughing about? Simply look at picture #2. Nothing more needs to be said!
Bowl is Rosewood 12” in Diameter 1 1/2” high finished with Tung oil and buffed. The black markings on the sapwood is caused by Powder Post Beetles that had infested the tree and caused it to be cut down.
Of course comments and critiques welcomed and appreciated!
-- Erwin, Jacksonville, FL