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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 💕👌🐺🐾
Oooo Raahh, out damn standing you! Seriously that is sweet! Nice job!!
Thank you very much! OO Rah! Semper Fi!
Beautiful bowl creation.
Thanks very much! 😊
Beautiful sir. There is something so relaxing about watching this.
Thank you very much!
Can anyone else see the picture of the guy in the wood ??????
I see him, maybe...where the metal is?
Please someone write back on this
That is some beautiful wood and made a beautiful bowl
Thank You! Bill
You're welcome, and thank you!
I hope you sent the shaved off metal pieces to someone who can find out
+R Humphrey still need a specialist to figure out what it is, if it isn't aluminum or puter
I didn't...probably should have, but I like the mystery element of the bowl 😊
Noticed the mug Semper Fi brother.love your channel learning so much from you and it ...thank you
Thank you! Semper Fi!
Nice.. very like this
Beautiful job! During the video I started chuckling as I saw all that Black walnut being turned into shavings...made me think of the old cartoons where thy take a log and shave it down to make 1 toothpick. I guess that's what happens when you are 68...your mind thinks of goofy shit. LOL
lol...I remember that!
Beautiful work although I would have match that white spot with rest of the bowl. It’s an eye sore, but this is only my opinion.
what a lovely peice of work thanks for sharing
I just wonder how many people would buy a hand crafted, unique item with making of video :-) Just to watch how "ordinary" log turns into piece of art you just possessed.
Thank you very much! Hmmm...I wonder too. 😊
Great job as always... as I know nothing, I'll add nothing constructive. Only that I now have a craving for milk chocolate shavings after watching this 😉😎
haha! They do look a bit like chocolate shavings! Thank you
I built a 8’x6’ 2 tier walnut coffee table for some awesome people last Christmas And there is a .22 round inbreed in the underside of their table. I never told them it was there but should’ve I guess
Nice! One of those future "oh, and by the way..." conversations 😊
I love the shape 95% of turners forget it is important. Ive been getting dirty looks from a walnut log in my stuff to do pile for a while now and now I have to go make it pretty.
You're comment made me laugh...I understand those dirty looks from the wood pile, the beginning inspiration for a particular log or chunk of wood...they catch the eye somehow and draw our attention!
Good video! Pl SP My channel!
That's just plain old good work Brother. Great project and presentation. Thanks for taking the time. Bob from Philly.
Thank you very much, Bob!
Beautiful bowl...love the grain!
Thanks so much!
You make wood into art. I wish I had a tenth of your talent.
You're very kind, thank you!
What do you do with your wood shavings.
I use all the good stuff! I have a couple recent videos where some are used with resin
That was really cool the way you put the finished bowl back into circular cutoffs.
Beautifull ... super bowl
Thank you very much! 😁 I see what you did there...
The metal is probably a soft lead round ball from a muzzle loader, the tree was probably over 200 years old. Glad you left it in !! 👍👍👍👍👍👍
Very possible, there's certainly enough metal there to support that idea. Thank you!
Beautiful piece!Walnut is my favorite!
How can anyone give a thumbs down???
A beautiful bowl.
The best part about your work is how you work with old material and try not to waste even the wood shavings. It's wonderful to see someone make art and also sustainable and making sure to not waste anything.
Thank you, I appreciate that!
I like that you left the chunk of metal in it. It's part of its story. Lovely job!
I have access to lots of wood. Wish you were near us so I could trade wood for a bowl!
I appreciate that, I just sent an email, sorry for the delay!
Beautiful. Cant believe anyone would want to burn that wood. Also was a genius jig.
Thank you! I know, right? We have so many of these trees in our area though. I'm always on the look out!
Really nice work. One suggestion take your ring off I have known people who have lost fingers in accidents in machinery shops
See, this is why I go to RU-clip. That round cutting jig is crazy simple but I've never seen it before! I love it. Semper Fi Marine.
Tune in tomorrow, I'll be talking in some detail about that jig. Semper Fi!
Walnut is so beautiful but so HARD. The bowl is a true objet de'art. (Extra recognition for the labor required to make it.)
I love your work.
Thank you very much! 😊
Beautiful! Very cool.
How much did / can you get in dollars for the bowl in this video?
I haven't put it up for sale, but I'd ask no less than a few hundred. I may auction it off at some point for a good cause though, and hopefully it would make more money and do some good...
Semper Fi Jar Head. The work is great. Good job.
How did you learn to do this? Are you self taught or did you attend a wood craft instruction? Most amazing to watch!.
Self taught through reading, DVD's and Turners like Mike Waldt and Carl Jacobson on RU-clip....the pioneers from way back.
Your work is amazingly beautiful.I love wooden bowls and you really know what you are doing this is nice hands down.👍👍👍👍👍💝
One thing that I'm not crazy about woodturning is that a lot of the wood is lost as shavings so I like the fact that you trim the outside and havesome of the log left for maybe small projects. Maybe use for inlays or small box lids.Nice job.
It's been very enjoyable watching all of the wood bowl turning videos on RU-clip. Some day I hope to get a lathe.Thanks for the inspiration. +R Humphrey
Thank you. I really do try to save as much as I can, shavings and scraps...
Currently nobody makes a carving, a statue, a figure, nothing! ... It is extraordinarily easy to use a lathe and copy something round, there is no originality, how sad!
I appreciate your thoughts. Please look deeper into my channel and you may find what you're looking for.
Once again,beautiful work,love the hourglass shape on each side....a beautiful bowl,sir!
My guess would be a lead bullet.
Most agree, as do I now. didn't think so at first...
It's too bad we haven't figured out a way to core out the middle. We could save all the wood and make a smaller bowl.
I've looked at the coring tools, but I'm not interested in them. This type of bowl wouldn't lend itself to coring anyway...too narrow, and too deep.
How do you know which oil to use on what wood?
There are always multiple right answers...it's just whichever strikes me at the time, really
wow very nice
Beautiful job. Love that black walnut.
Do you think it might have been a .22?
There's way too much material there. If it's a bullet, it's a big one..no evidence of a jacket. I'm pretty convinced it is a bullet now.
Haha. Mystery metal inlay
It's a lovely bowl and that 'mystery metal inlay' is nothing but awesome... I am curious, however, why more bowl turners don't use center savers or nested bowl cutters so that all that good walnut couldn't have been made into another bowl instead of 20+ pounds of shavings...
Thank you. My reason for not using one is the limitation of design. The produce simple dome shapes...which is fine, but I want to shape it my way. And, I do save the shavings for other uses
Beautiful workmanship!An honest question before any sniping starts. That's a tremendous amount of wasted Walnut. Is that being reclaimed? Is it possible to compress the shavings and then suspend in epoxy? That may turn into a nice piece as well when turned.
Thank you! I do save it, and have started using shavings with resin.
That circle jig is almost like cheating! Excellent work!
Thank you! I kind of is...lol 😁
👍👍👍 Very nice 👍👍👍
+R Humphrey 👍👍👍
Excellent and very helpful. thank you ! And a BEAUTIFUL bowl !
Nice project. I was surprised with the log being 10 years old that it was not cracked. Did you have some clear end sealer on it? Also, since you left the pith in the finished bowl did you have any cracking after it fully dried later on? Please advise. Thanks, Myles
Thanks for the info. Apparently it dried slow enough with the end sealer applied to avoid cracking. I'm sure that after 10 years most or all of the log was dry as that is a log time.
Thank you. I had sealed it when I first rescued it. I can't remember the product, but it was a green wood end sealer. It held up great over the years, and I still have a couple logs left from that pile, also not cracked. It was all stored on a shelf in my non environmentally controlled garage. No, it hasn't cracked since the turn. It's worked out great!
Definitely a non-jacketed lead bullet. I find 'em all the time while sawing logs with my sawmill. They look silver because the lead hasn't oxidized like the outer surface of lead bullets does. They are very soft and while milling, I can saw right through them without even noticing. Great work. Just subscribed.
Thanks very much, I appreciate the sub! And, I agree. It has to be a large caliber though, maybe a shotgun slug...
When you find metal in a tree, it's usually part of a fence or a bullet, unless it's a maple tree, then you might find a spile.
If it's a piece of a barbed wire fence that the tree grew around you should see some rust. Spiles are made for collecting liquid sap so they shouldn't rust, but if they have a hook on them for hanging a bucket, that might rust.
Agreed. As time has passed I'm more convinced it's a large caliber lead projectile...
Well there young man, keep practicing. You show promise! LOL Awesome job sir.Cheers
+R Humphrey You are sooooo right! The day we stop learning, is the day we die......Don't Die! Lol
I'll keep practicing, ...so much to learn still, really! 😁
Brilliant Job :)
Wow no matter what you cut BW with it makes that "I am hard as f*ck" vibration...burning it is just as fun, you have to flip it over when it's done on one side...great video!
+R Humphrey AR lower out of Black Walnut? I don't think it's been done yet...
lol, yeah it's a special wood...Thank you!
Love watching wood turning, seeing a block turn into a masterpiece.
Thanks very much! It's a real joy to see where it goes in the turning process!
What a beautiful bowl.
Amazing.. what a beautiful job
I absolutely love Walnut it's just beautiful and this bowl is gorgeous
+R Humphrey не знаю чё ты мне ответил , донт спик инглиш , но сенкс увидел ! Поэтому удачи , давай новое видео!!!
I wasn't able to translate that...but thanks for watching!
Are you able to use those beautiful scraps for smaller projects.
the usable pieces are saved...I have buckets full that I go to quite often for smaller chunks. Even the shavings are used for different things...
every time I watch your videos I am excited to see the end and as always the result is beautiful, thank you for all these beautiful things.
You're welcome, and thank you very much!
That really is beautiful
Very nice, and deep bowl. Question: Black Walnut, is it hard on the tools? Sounded like there was lots of "chirping" if the gouges.
Thank you! No not really, I enjoy working with it. The chirping may have been the end grain passing by...or maybe I needed to sharpen...or too much bevel pressure...not really sure now. But it's one of my favorites to turn.
What a wonderful craftsman you are my friend, the beauty of that wood came alive from the moment you laid hands on it. I've just started wood turning and as a total beginer I'd be happy to have half of your skill . Thank you for sharing
Thanks very much! Welcome to turning!!!! You'll get there before you know it 🙂
very nice looking bowl, I love how walnut throws the light very beautiful
Thank you very much! Me too, it's a pretty wood
10 years later got me laughing! In a good way. Enjoyed this one.
Thanks very much! Kinda scary...time sure goes quickly! 😁
Great project and I appreciated the sub titles !
Has to be some kind of lead. Beautiful work Marine!
yeah, the more time goes by and the more I look at it and think about it...I tend to agree. Big caliber though. Thank you! Semper Fi
I like the metal bit. Makes it unique.
Thank you, it sure does!
Very nice work. Im a hands on person myself and love seeing these videos because its entertaining as well as educational. 👍. Got a new sub.
Thank you! I appreciate your sub very much!
PURE ARTISTRY !!! All I can say is WOW. 👍👍
One day at the beach, I and family went to pick up some old logs brought to the shore by crescent tides, and, with surprise, we found that some trees had river rocks trapped in their roots. One of them is in my sister's garden as an ornamental piece of art that I made for her.
+R Humphrey thanks for sharing this video.
So nice! Thanks for sharing that🙂
walnut trees tend to attract lead,nails and old barb wire lol
haha! They sure seem to.
The metal is probably lead from a bullet
very likely, thanks for watching!
nice work man!
Quedo muy bonito.La madera es muy bella y me encanta como se transforma de un pedazo de árbol a un hermoso objeto para tener en casa
It's probably not that uncommon that a bullet was in the tree. What's amazing is that the bullet ended up in the perfect place to become embedded in the side of your bowl. It could have easily been cut away with the outside part you trimmed off with the bandsaw. Or it could have been part of the inside of the bowl that was turned into dust with your turning chisel. An unusual set of happenings! Great job on the bowl.
Truly! It was in the perfect location, very unusual! Thank you!