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    Posted: 14 Apr 2019 at 1:50pm
Another piece of Yew with a significant proportion of sap wood to add natural interest.

150 mm diameter, finished using Net Abrasives to reduce risk of friction heat micro cracking*, cellulose sanding sealer & microcrystalline wax via the three mop buffing routine.

*(you feel any heat instantly)
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Another very nice bowl Chas keep them coming
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Originally posted by Dalboy Dalboy wrote:

Another very nice bowl Chas keep them coming
Thanks Derek. As regards more output, you got a spare 12 hrs a day I can tack onto mine?
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Originally posted by CHJ CHJ wrote:

Originally posted by Dalboy Dalboy wrote:

Another very nice bowl Chas keep them coming
Thanks Derek. As regards more output, you got a spare 12 hrs a day I can tack onto mine?


If only I seem to run out with the project I am working on at the moment
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nice bowl and cracking piece of wood ,just one comment if I may and that is the foot is to big ,I would falf the sixe and show off the form more as I said its only my thoughts hope I havnt offended you . kindest regards chris 

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Originally posted by Chris Smith Chris Smith wrote:

Chas 
nice bowl and cracking piece of wood ,just one comment if I may and that is the foot is to big ,I would falf the sixe and show off the form more as I said its only my thoughts hope I havnt offended you . kindest regards chris 

No offence taken concerning any considered comments Chris,

Especially when they have to be tempered with the fact that they can only be based on the perspective presented by the images and any distortion of perspective presented by the camera positioning.

Although I try not to produce anything that looks too 'ugly' to a general consensus view my stuff does err more to the 'user' end of the spectrum.
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