I had a lot of bowls to make for Christmas presents, so I just built a machine to do the work for me. The video is filmed mainly in stop motion format. It was inspired in part by my favorite Dr. Seuss story, The Sneetches. This bowl is made from oak and Spectraply (11" x 4").
As you can imagine, rather than saving me any time, this took up quite a bit more than just doing the turning on the lathe without any photography. It was a lot of fun, though. I've also had several people tell me that it triggered their ASMR, so if you know what that is let me know what you think of the video. Thanks for watching!
Tagged under: Stop Motion (TV Genre),Animation,stop motion,lathe,woodworking,woodturning,bowl,segmented,oak,spectraply
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