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post #1 of 9 Old 11-30-2009, 12:59 AM Thread Starter
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Cherry Hollow Forms with Walnut Accents

They're both about 5"tall x 4" finished with wipe on poly.

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The base isn't attached on this one yet so I kinda wanted to run by some others eyes and get your opinion.

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post #2 of 9 Old 11-30-2009, 02:24 AM
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Nice turnings, and the base/stand in the third picture really gives it an artistic flair.
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The second one is a much nicer shape. I like bases but take a lot of flack from the very serious turners about adding them. I usually only do it for boxes. I leave hollow forms without them.
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I'm not a turner so, for what it's worth, I like the base. Maybe separate from the vessel? Not only adds flair but, sets out the vessel as something special, which it sure is.
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Tim, The wood in the first one is gorgeous! It has a great look to it. I like the form of the second one better and just my opinion but I like it better without the base. Great job on both!

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Thanks for the comments. That cleared things up.

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My opinion it looks real nice either way.

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Cherry Hollow form

I like the one with the base - nice finish!
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Very nice work...

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