|Project by Rockbuster||posted 06-19-2013 04:08 PM||1000 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
This is a bowl made from plywood from a flooring display sample board. The base of the bowl is just ordinary basic construction plywood, the center section is made from cutting 18 segments of the sample board, and alternating the pieces as they were cut. The 2nd picture shows what the bowl would look like, had everything been even, but picture 3 shows that it was a little off center, and the segments show graduation. The inside view in #4 came out different than I expected, #5 is a shot of the bottom, it kinda looks like a drum this way, the last picture is a shot of what the plywood looks like. The top ring of the bowl is made from 18 pieces of Chac-te-koke, sometimes called Cardinal Wood. Bowl size is 7”X 4”, and is finished with several coats of thinned down BLO, and polished with Howards Feed-N-Wax wood polish and conditioner that contains Beeswax, and Orange Oil.
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