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On 06/19/2013 03:34 AM, G. Ross wrote:
Bowl roughed out.


I think I agree on it being Mulberry. Or at least not Bois
d'arc which is a bright orange when fresh.

In six months post the finished bowl - it will be interesting to see how
looks dried and with a nice finish on it...

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On Wed, 19 Jun 2013 07:34:39 -0400, "G. Ross"
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Bowl roughed out.


Doesn't look like any yellow highlights, but maybe that's just the
picture?
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Mac Davis wrote:
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Bowl roughed out.


Doesn't look like any yellow highlights, but maybe that's just the
picture?

Yes it was more yellow, just my photography. Maybe I'll try a shot of
some out in the sunlight. Maybe the film was old (no excuse any more).

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Bowl roughed out.


Man, that looks like a real old mulberry tree.


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looks simple enough! Still doubt that I could pull it off though
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Yup looks simple but i must say that unique of its kind.
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Yup looks simple but i must say that unique of its kind.




My experience is that it cracks around and radiates out from the plith. It
was okay to turn, but there are a lot better woods (like yellow pine). I
like the denser hardwoods with good grain and a color that "looks" natural.
That pale yellow of mulberry just does not appeal to me.

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Mac Davis wrote:
On Wed, 19 Jun 2013 07:34:39 -0400, "G.
wrote:

Bowl roughed out.


Doesn't look like any yellow highlights, but maybe that's just the
picture?

Yes it was more yellow, just my photography. Maybe I'll try a shot of
some out in the sunlight. Maybe the film was old (no excuse any more).

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 It worked! Now if only I could 
 remember what I did! The Doctor

Film? are you kidding? WW 





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