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    Three Legged Bowl

    This is my version of the three legged bowl on the Teknatool website -- Made from an elm blank and ebony pen blanks. It's about 7" diameter and 2.25" high, sanded to 400 and finished with BLO and friction polish. Finally got one finished without screwing up

    Comments and critiques are welcome.

    Tony, BCE '75

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    I like the design and wood choices. Good job.

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    That is very cool. Uh-oh . . . am I feeling the pull of the dark side?
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    Very cool, Tony. I hadn't seen that design. That elm has some nice figure going on. Great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    That is very cool. Uh-oh . . . am I feeling the pull of the dark side?
    Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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    Really nice Tony, and extra points for dragging Glenn toward the edge.

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    VERY neat Tony, I like that very much!

    Don't resist Glen, it only makes it more painful if you do!
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    Tony that is a beauty. I really like the design. Nice job.
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