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Terry Scott

Pushing the boudaries

Pushing the boundaries Blue gum burl 770 mm

Pushing the boudaries
Terry Scott, Feb 27, 2010
    • alexc
      very cool, I think I can understand the middle bowl but the smallest one would be insane... care to explain?
    • Terry Scott
      I have tried to add a picture of how I went about this but my limit to how many photos I can post is full can anyone please tell me how to delete some so I can continue
    • Don Leydens
      Looking forward to reading the explanation on this one! Gave me an idea though.
      Don L.
    • Lou Carbone
      Three bowl sections?? Wow that is fantastic.
    • Hal Taylor
      I cannot imagine the weight of that thing swinging around to get the smallest bowl. It's a beautiful piece. I assume blue gum burl is from NZ. It sure is pretty.
    • alexc
      AHHH, i keep coming back to this picture hoping you'd have it up. Wish I could help, no idea how to delete pictures.
    • Terry Scott
      I think this was a fluke finding this tree a long story ,blue gum is an Australian import I have only ever seen one other tree with a burl on it
      When i cut it up (i shared with memebers of our club ) as it appeared to be punky and of no value we wasted more than we took and I estimate 8 tonnes was loaded between twenty of us
      If Only I had known
    • Ron Wehde
      Great looking piece Terry. Very nice.
    • odie
      Very nice, interesting.....

      Were all three interior "bowls" done on a lathe?

    • odie

      Yes, Terry did all three bowls on a lathe. He forwarded me a pic of the set-up he used.....amazing!

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