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Maple Clouds – Making a wooden bowl in stop motion

How a wooden cloud bowl was made in Frank Howarth’s workshop, a stop motion adventure:

This is a wood turned segmented bowl made from walnut and maple. I built the form of the bowl from rings each made up of 12 segments. I then cut cloud forms into the bowl with my CNC router. I glued overlapping maple clouds into those holes. The clouds were also cut on the CNC router. This bowl is being given as a wedding gift.

For more stop motion making, check out How Frank Howarth made a lawn chair and Making a Case for Books.

via The Awesomer.

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