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    Chain Bowl

    I wanted to try a new kind of floating base and this is the end result. You can see a video of this bowl being made at http://dennyedwards.com
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    well dennis i dont know if yu have been welcomed or not but if not you are now and that is great looking segmented bowl i like the red bottom and the chain link sides.. i am not a turner and try to keep the flat folk flat but those that have got the spinny disease are still making some nice stuff. we have at least one guy here doing segmented work as well but he hasnt shown any of his stuff yet
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    Dennis always good to see enother turner that i can pic there brains. Nice bowl, hope ya keep coming back.and as you can tell we love pics.
    Steve

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    Very nice bowl and some interesting pieces on your web site as well.

    Hey Larry, I hate people who are just too lazy to show their work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Madha View Post
    Very nice bowl and some interesting pieces on your web site as well.

    Hey Larry, I hate people who are just too lazy to show their work.
    hey Mohammad I keep hereing about this turner out in the far west coast. I here tell from a little bird that he does some wounderfull seg work. Woun't no who it could be by chance do ya?

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    Welcome aboard, Dennis. Always room here for another turner.

    You did a great job on the bowl. Not only does the segmenting work look great, but you turned a nice form out of it, too. All too often form seems to take a back seat to the segmenting work, but I can tell you were paying attention to the form on this one. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Bellinger View Post
    Woun't no who it could be by chance do ya?
    All I know is that he is some guy Larry met on tour de wood 2010. I will try and track him down though.

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    Hey Dennis, great lookin piece! I really like the chain pattern, and the curly maple still pops out nicely. Great work!

    Hutch

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    Welcome to the forum, and you have great timing! I am taking a segmented vessel class right now, and a staved vessel class next month. Today, I ran my rings through the drum sander and, as I type this, I have the rings on my lap, marking them for glue up tomorrow. It may take a while before I get to the beautiful work you displayed, but Iíll get there. Thank you for the videoís

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    Welcome to the Family Dennis!

    Great job on the bowl, that is very cool!
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