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    Sweet gum from Mark

    Here are the pics you have been waiting for Mark. This is from a chunk we traded. It has warped a little, but still a great piece, I think. Cant' remember the measurements, but the wall thickness is 3/16" all throughout. This was the first piece I was able to do that!! I am very proud of this one. Sorry for the poor photo.
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    Be a mentor, it's so much more fun throwing someone else into the vortex, than swirling it alone!

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    Geez Tyler, you've been holding out on us! I'm glad you unleashed the floodgates.

    Great work.

  3. Looks like you did good with it! What did you think about working with Sweet Gum? It turns and finishes really good for me.

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    Like buttuh!!! I loved it, ready for more!!! The figure and color are not done justice as you already know.
    Be a mentor, it's so much more fun throwing someone else into the vortex, than swirling it alone!

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    Nice form - beautiful wood!
    Steve

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    Great form Tyler and some beautiful wood.
    Bernie

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