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Snowbeast

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Finally got a chance to finish this batch that I started back in November. These consist of walnut, mesquite, pecan, maple and poplar. All started as 11" diameter blanks and somehow ended up like this.
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Thanx for looking.
 
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leehljp

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Were these left overs from other projects joined together, or intentionally assembled for these beauties from the beginning? Excellent!
 

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Hank - These were deliberate glue-ups. The first two bowls I posted in Nov. were from scrap. This batch started as 3 large cutting board planks approx. 14"w x 24"l x 2 1/2" thick and were then cut and reglued several times to make the random small pieces. The Ringmaster made the odd shapes due to the double curve cutting.

Chuck - These are just wood with three coats of satin sheen water-based poly. My highly skilled(?) photography does the rest. :p

I appreciate the nice comments guys.
 

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Hank - These were deliberate glue-ups. The first two bowls I posted in Nov. were from scrap. This batch started as 3 large cutting board planks approx. 14"w x 24"l x 2 1/2" thick and were then cut and reglued several times to make the random small pieces. The Ringmaster made the odd shapes due to the double curve cutting.
That is why I asked. It is unusual to have such perfection in joining with ALL the pieces when it is haphazardly done. Yours showed not such spacing problems common in haphazardly joining. (And I DID look closely. 🙂 ) Well done and well thought out!
 
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