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Semper Fi Devil
Ever figure out what the mystery metal is?
leave for boot in 5 days, wish me luck
flyaccelerated Very Good Very nice 👍 My friend thank you very much Goodbye
R Humphrey very nice work dude greetings from UK England Essex fellow carver 👌🐺💕
R Humphrey very nice work dude merry Christmas dude from UK England Essex I carves that wood seasoned by hand to make spoons dang its hard but I tried green wood it always ends up with splits so I carves seasoned wood 💕👌🐺🐾
Stunning bowl! Love it.
Beautiful craftsmanship brother
Thank you very much!
That is gorgeous.
Desde chile .felicidades !!Hermoso trabajo.muy linda obra
Hola de regreso de Indiana, y gracias!
Очень на карагач похожа деревушка.
хотя сердцевина дерева намного темнее
I used to run a scrag saw in a cedar mill. The scariest hit was an old knife blade embedded in the top of an old tree. Man did that blade make some noise! LOL Great job! That bowl looks beautiful! Love it that you left the bullet in for a little character.
Wow, I know that must have been a scary moment! The odd things we find in wood... Thank you!
Thanks so much!
Stunningly beautiful !
Thanks very much! 😊
Viewers 2019 ???👇
Thank you my friend!
@R Humphrey my greetings from Indonesia and I'm sure many of your viewers and subscribers are from Indonesia
@R Humphrey haha .. maybe there are still many who see this video in 2019 just like me .. okay together .. good luck and more subscribers will increase friends
I'm not sure what you're asking, Abdul... But thank you for watching!
Fantastic. Its wirth the hardwork.
Fantastic - its worth the hardwork
The metal is probably gun bullet
What a beautiful place of craftsmanship! Thank you for sharing your craft to us!
I have a LOT of videos to catch up on. I watched the Marine Bowl you dis last night when my husband got home from work again. He absolutely loved it. Once a Marine Always a Marine!
Thank you very much! You said it! Semper Fi!!
Lovely bowl.....the patterns, colours, smoothness and curves are perfect. Such a satisfying hobby or line of work. The walnut wood is so beautiful.
Those curly wood shavings are life💯💯 awesome job on the piece
At first it didn't make sense to me why you cut that flat and attached the center to the outside of the log. I guess you don't want the end grain inside of the bowl.
I love your videos. I'm constantly amazed at what you do with your raw material. Everything you make is beautiful... Do you have a shop?
My answer would be yes he has a shop.
Another beautiful piece. I am not a wood turner or crafts person, I love this kind of stuff an have owned things like this, including pottery.
How great to watch a Craftsman at work.
I'm not a wood turner or hobbyist in any way but I am addicted to your wonderful videos. I love the way you work, what you produce, and the quiet way you narrate the videos too. Of course, this one was captions only , but your low key delivery on most of your videos is a refreshing change from the over-hyped presentation that comes with so many RU-clip clips, not to mention the unnecessary presence of completely inappropriate music that is usually such a distraction. Listening to just the sound of your voice and the music of the machinery is very welcome.Best wishes from Australia.
Looked like a piece of lead from a bullet
I love watching you turn this amazing piece it's beautiful, do you have any of that beautiful cedar left because the shape would look truly gorgeous in cceder .thanks for the amazing videos and I hope your shoulder gets better soon 💜
Very nicely done
Beautiful very clever and cleanly made . Saly
Just started seeing these videos on RU-clip and I'm really fascinated by the art that's created out of pieces of wood that's really amazing great job.. I would like to try this one day
Nice job Kemosabe ! 👍
Beautiful Great Video 👍🏿
A beautiful work of art.
Mystery metal is very strange
not really understanding why you didn't split the log in half to remove the pith, and get two bowl blanks from it?? won't you have serious cracking problems now that you've left the pith in the side of it????
I let that log dry for ten years before I used it, so I I wasn't concerned at all about the pith anymore. It's very stable and hasn't moved/cracked at all since I made it.
Must have been one of hickok45 's trees
LOL 😁 very clever!
That's a soft lead bullet. It looks like a handgun bullet.
Probably so, but too much lead for a handgun, in my opinion... That's what threw me at first, the size of it, then the shine (but the shine has dulled)
Здорово 👍родилась бы я мужчиной☝️была бы столером , плотником и сварщиком👍интересно смотреть за происходящей работай 🤗как колдовство🙌золотые руки🤗
спасибо, я думаю, что и мужчина, и женщина могут делать эти вещи
I live on 35 acres, and we have several walnut trees that have been cut down, and just laying out to be sawed up, and turned. I can't wait to start to learn how to turn wood later this year.
@R Humphrey Yeah, everything I've seen so far, it seems Walnut looks great!
Sounds really great Phillip! Walnut is a nice turning wood
Oh walnut so much goodness comes from a walnut tree.... beautiful work sir.
Thank you! the mobiles you make from roots and driftwood sounds pretty amazing! Start creating again, it's good for the soul~😊
What an exquisite bit of timber♡
Not bad....for a Marine lol
Thank you! Semper Fi!😊
I like that you left the metal in; gives it an extra unique look. Beautiful piece. Did you have to let it cure for 10 years?
Thank you! No, didn't have to, I just didn't get to it for that long... and I still have a couple more logs of this stuff on the shelf!
Enjoying your video a year later... That shape!! Tremendous! 👍
Beautiful work. Looks like a bullet to me.
That’s gorgeous. I’d buy that!
Just wondering what you do with the bowls when they are finished? Do u gift them... Sell them or use them yourself? This seems like a great hobby but just not sure what u would do if you made a ton of bowls. Lol
Some are gifted, some are claimed as soon as they're make by my better half, and I'll be selling some as well on Etsy. Others will be reserved for charitable auctions. Thank you!
Why not use the band saw to initially flatten a side instead of a hatchet?
@R Humphrey Poor thing!
It's the hatchet's fault. It was sitting there looking neglected....
I just turned one in black walnut myself brother. Semper Fi.
Nice! I do love turning black walnut...hard but cooperative 😊 Semper Fi
You're welcome, and thank you!