I broke the same bowl 4 times and glued it back together, determined to get it right. I was finally able to "finish" the piece with all the scars of crazy glue and a glass smooth finish. I'll retry using a second piece of the same wood and make another bowl like the first to have a before and after. I used the hunter tool to hollow the bowl form but I also found shaping and finishing easy to do with one tool. I am going to hunt for some carbide and find a different shape tool that resists twisting. I think because the blank was "wet" the wood allowed the cutter to plow. It sure does remove wood in a hurry but the transition from fast work to finish work was too much of a gear shift for my experience level. The tool was pulled into the morse bit and cut the metal when I tried to cut close. I think the tool twists and I may try another with flat sides, forgot the name but looks like the hunter and comes without a handle. I'm running out of cheap wood and too afraid to use burls so I have to get some roadside wood to practice more.
Thanks for the video tip, it showed me my problem, I was trying to smooth cut and had the angle wrong. I am very impressed the the sharp cutting of the little wheel on the hunter tool. It is a pleasure to use until it bites the piece.