I had a shape in mind and as can be seen to the left and above some voids were shall we say obvious.
I had generally shaped the vessel outside and inside leaving a wall thickness of about 1" 25mm all the shavings were then stuffed back inside and it was stored for about 9 months.
I set to remounted the bowl which was attached to a face pate and got hollowing the inside. The shed began to have the scent of camphor again.
I worked the inside shape and formed the top rim edge to about 5mm thick the walls down to 10mm and shaping of the outside roughed further and smoothed.
Photo above, sorry for the poor quality, is of the inside before the tool grabbed.
I took a day off turning till swelling went down and made the design change required.
The finished bowl with four more coats of Almond Oil.
Sue's Panasonic, the memory chips ALDI brand would lock up without warning can't take photos.
Yes I used the mobile phone I had some photos off that have been used in these and past posts. Our service supplier decided it wouldn't cover 2G any more so new phones purchased for us both. When I finally got time I downloaded all the photos off my old phone.
Then came our 40th Anniversary! All my sneaky plans for a few days away we hosed down greatly ah well I tried.