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dennis wake02/03/2017 12:39:57
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this is my latest hollow form and is turned to a wall thickness of about 3mm. the hole started of as just a small powdery area but as I hollowed it out It just got bigger as the decay was in the wood.dscf5216.jpgdscf5215.jpgdscf5211.jpgdscf5213.jpg

Sparky03/03/2017 10:47:50
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I'm still amazed at the size of these turnings must work with giant magnifiers on!…

At least we get to see how thin you turn these beautiful bowls.

Great work 👍🏼😊🏆

dennis wake03/03/2017 16:35:05
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thank you Mark for your comments. I have been turning them by sound and visualising the outside shape as I try and turn the in side. the tool I use is the evolution hollowing tool.

David A. Moody14/03/2017 08:09:30
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Fantastic, and I don't think that the hole, though unintended, is a negative, I think it looks great

dennis wake14/03/2017 15:12:21
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thank you for your comments.

Derek Lane14/03/2017 17:42:52
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Nice one Dennis I like turning with an inclusion it makes it easy to see the wall thickness in most caseslaugh

Aleksandrs Solovjovs14/03/2017 23:00:33
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Are you planning to glue the coin in?

dennis wake14/03/2017 23:02:12
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No it is there just to show size.

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