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B.a.d. #7

#7 in the bowl a day series. Sycamore bowl, 8" dia and 2" tall. Enjoy.

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That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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post #2 of 13 Old 03-12-2012, 01:21 PM
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Fist I saw it said B.A.D. Then thought it was a bad bowl. Realizing what it meant. Nothing bad about that. Very nice, thanks.

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post #3 of 13 Old 03-12-2012, 01:55 PM
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that is B.A. lol love the grain in the 2nd pic
you gotta do it for at least a month.
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Don't know if I can keep at that long

That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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nice work

I think I need to do something like your B.A.D. -- more practise might help me get past the issue that's dogging me. I still get a line where the sides meet the bottom of the bowl, just can't seem to make it a smooth curve like I want it to be.

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Beautiful job! I love the 1/4 sawn part!
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nice work

I think I need to do something like your B.A.D. -- . I still get a line where the sides meet the bottom of the bowl, just can't seem to make it a smooth curve like I want it to be.
sounds way to familiar. but im getting better and take Steves advice(when you have turned 100 you will be alot better)
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outstanding work love the grain pattern
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Aren't you supposed to rest on the seventh day or something...?

I knew a kid in high school who was on a bowl-a-day program. Not nearly as productive.


Oh, and the bowl looks great. Love the grain pop!

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That must be a huge clamp!
Huh?

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yea thats what i was wondering
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Be patient, I just got home from work Give me an hour or two and I'll get it up here for you.

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