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Found 10 results

  1. A maple bowl

    A maple bowl in kind of a tulip shape, 12" diameter and 4" deep. I thought about "framing" the pattern with some heavy shading around the edge, decided not to and just left it plain. I turned this to be functional so it has bees wax for a finish. Steve
  2. Another decorative platter

    Just finished another decorative platter. This one is 12" diameter and 1/8" thick. It is basically the same pattern as before but drawn a little differently and it shows a spline much better. This really is the effect I've been trying to get and I'm very happy with this one. The rose was drawn in Inscape and engraved with my little laser. The shading on the rose was done by hand and I've got a lot to learn about all that. Thanks for looking!! Steve
  3. To be honest I'm not sure whether to call this a plate, saucer, or maybe even a dish. At any rate I'm going to start at the beginning and show the first picture again. Basically just a series of triangles from this side. There is a pattern but it's not easy to make out. Just as an aside, my wife liked it this way very much. What I didn't show you was the pattern I had drawn on the other side. This picture is after all the piecing had been done. This is the underside of the bowl. This is the inside after piercing and having some of the pattern drawn in. I didn't feel I could lay out inside and out before doing the piercing so I did the outside, pierced, then drew the pattern to match the holes. It was a LOT more difficult than I thought it would be. Visualizing the pattern was difficult even though It's my pattern and I'm very familiar with it. Also, some of my cuts weren't exactly perpendicular to the surface and that changed things enough I had to fudge here and there to make it all work out(kind of). I have to say, it's amazing to me what a difference a few simple lines can make in how something looks. In this picture the pattern is drawn and burned in. I have begun to do the grain lines and shading. I keep telling myself I need to lose weight but I don't know how I would hold things to work on them if I did When looking at some of my other pieces some have remarked that I must have a lot of patience. I have to say, it's like therapy to me. Sitting on the patio, burning for a couple hours, and having 3 or 4 glasses of wine I'm very relaxed. Much like this post, I did eventually get it done, took me the better part of three days to see if my idea would work. All in all, I'm happy with how it turned out though there are lots of little issues on the inside. It was a great learning experience and the next one will be better. Thanks for looking!! Steve
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    From the album Steve Krumanaker

    The bottom with "phicops in a circle" and stippling for shadow
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    From the album Steve Krumanaker

    Maple vessel with the zentangle pattern "cubine". turned, hollowed to about 1/8" and wood burned.
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    From the album Steve Krumanaker

    A small maple bowl with the zentangle patterns, w-2 or huggins, and flower vine
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    From the album Steve Krumanaker

    A small maple bowl with some zentangle patterns for embellishment.
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    From the album Steve Krumanaker

    Maple bowl with basket weave pattern.
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    From the album Steve Krumanaker

    Maple bowl with basket weave pattern. Bottom has zentangle pattern "phicops"
  10. A small bowl with some zentangle patterns

    Did this one a few months ago. There are four zentangle patterns on this bowl, the main basket weave pattern is called "W2". I don't know why, that's just what it's called. The bowl itself is maple, turned to finish green and is about 3/8" thick. Don't know if you can tell from the pictures but it has a nice warp to it. Steve

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