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Thread: River Birch Bowl

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    River Birch Bowl

    I don't post here often but thought I'd show proof that i do turn occassionally...although not nearly as well as you guys do.

    8 3/4" x 4 1/2" with gloss lacquer finish.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails RB Bowl 003.jpg   RB Bowl 004.jpg  
    Cody


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    Cody, I really like the form of this one Especially the beads...Well Done! I think I may have to try and copy it...thanks.
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    Real nice! I like the beads and undercut rim.
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    Nice work Cody! Interesting form, nice detail work and finish! You should start posting more of your work!
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    Cody, very attractive form. I like the beads.
    Wouln't be nice to put a texturing between the two beads ?
    But that's just me.
    You did a great job.

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    Cody that is a beauty. I really like the undercut rim and beads. Form looks good. Well done.
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    Like all others, like the rim like th beads. My only other comment is I don;t really like the foot. Something much small would have seemed appropriate to me. JaHOFAT/dI (just a humble opinion from a turning/design idiot)

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    I'll jump on the band wagon as well. Not necessarily a real functional bowl, but I love the undercut rim and the beads. Actually, I like everything about it.

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    Real nice, Cody. Just like the other guys, I really like the detailing you did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody Colston View Post
    i do turn occassionally...although not nearly as well as you guys do.
    Methinks the turner doth protest too much

    I think that this is great ... obviously a case of quality rather than quantity. Like all those before me I really the bead detail and yes ... I plan to copy this bit of detail also ... just call me John "the plagiarist" Bartley .

    cheers eh?

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