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Old 12-06-2013, 01:57 PM   #1
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Default Intarsia bowl experiment

The latest is an experiment in a changing shape bowl. The transition from an octagon to round top and bottom from a single poplar board was a bit of a challenge. Still don't have an easy layout formula as it was mostly by eye and lots of sanding.

Just messing with intarsia figures for the design feature "ring".
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I love it,, the road runner and Wiley coyote and all! Great job! Have a great day. Fay
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Very creative!

And transitions are a bear to sand--all that wood that needs to be removed, but the effects can be interesting. Transitioning to round is an important one, and about the only one I tend to work with. I will only use softer woods if that's what I have in mind. There's a reason why I love mahogany and sapele. And you really get the max out of a poplar board!

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I really like that Ron. That looks like it would be great to do if I had more time to do things hehe. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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I guess after Christmas and the worst of winter I have to get bowl serious on both the scroll saw and lathe.
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This is beautiful stuff, great work.
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Wow that must have been quite a challenge....and you sure conquered it Ron.
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That looks great, I couldn't even imagine something like that, let alone create it.
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That is sweet! What a challenge and excelent photography!
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I love that concept. Absolutely awesome. -----Randy
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