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(LiveLeak) Video Very skillful construction of a wooden bowl is impressive. The stop motion photography, however, makes it a true work of art   (liveleak.com) divider line 31
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2013-04-27 09:24:33 AM
The walking clamps were a nice touch, but he needs to adjust his radial arm saw. It left some nasty burns marks.
 
2013-04-27 09:51:13 AM
I wish my woodworking shop was as big as his.  Mine is a 2 Car garage.  That being said, I think I know what my next bowl is gonna look like :)
 
2013-04-27 10:07:20 AM
Whoa.
 
2013-04-27 10:35:58 AM
I used to work in a pretty upscale cabinet shop, but we had a dinky little PITA planer.  That Powermatic had me drooling.
 
2013-04-27 10:38:02 AM
Awesome Subby, it's like a Jan Svankmajer movie!
http://youtu.be/bosvfUoO0DU
 
2013-04-27 10:50:59 AM
Damn, making bowls is extensive. They should be like 800 bucks a piece!
 
2013-04-27 10:56:13 AM
Wow, thanks subby that was really, really cool.  Well worth the eight minutes it took to watch the whole thing.  I'd be interested to know just how long it took to film the whole thing one frame at a time.  And then on top of that the finished product looks really cool as well.
 
2013-04-27 11:17:56 AM
Dass ist eine sehr schöne schale.
 
2013-04-27 11:34:42 AM
I have made three bowls like this, all segmented,about 200 to 300 pieces in each.I would love to get $800 for one but so far only one has sold for $150.
Finding the right market/buyer is difficult.
 
2013-04-27 11:35:45 AM
Thanks Subby. Very interesting to watch. That bowl would hold a respectable amount of Cap'n Crunch. Peanut Butter Crunch, that is.
 
2013-04-27 11:49:55 AM
That ghost has some skills. He should get his own show on PBS.
 
2013-04-27 12:32:17 PM

SwingDancer: I wish my woodworking shop was as big as his.  Mine is a 2 Car garage.  That being said, I think I know what my next bowl is gonna look like :)


farm4.static.flickr.com ?
 
2013-04-27 12:33:43 PM
Just go to Ikea and buy some bowls, FFS.
 
2013-04-27 12:58:46 PM
freak chow bowl
 
2013-04-27 02:15:50 PM
My five-year-old niece made me play the video twice. She dug it, so I showed her a video about how wooden shoes are made.
 
Xai
2013-04-27 02:58:44 PM
I want a swastika-bowl!
 
2013-04-27 03:41:44 PM

Theaetetus: SwingDancer: I wish my woodworking shop was as big as his.  Mine is a 2 Car garage.  That being said, I think I know what my next bowl is gonna look like :)

[farm4.static.flickr.com image 500x375] ?


You should've at least posted one made out of wood!

img0.etsystatic.com
 
2013-04-27 04:50:55 PM
then some asshole american drops it in walmart and destroys 30 cents of chinese labor...
 
2013-04-27 07:41:23 PM
I'm sorry did no one else find the sound of the wood sliding along the table to be like nails down a chalkboard?
 
2013-04-27 07:45:06 PM

DrHaphazard: I'm sorry did no one else find the sound of the wood sliding along the table to be like nails down a chalkboard?


I found the cellist's intonation to be a little grating at times. Still, pretty cool video.
 
2013-04-27 08:28:44 PM
How sad this is what passes for craftsmanship these days, I was able to do all thatand more  thanks to my dad in his garage by the age of twelve or so, its pitiful this is a man making a living from such basic handicraft and calling it art.
 
2013-04-27 09:17:37 PM

willfullyobscure: How sad this is what passes for craftsmanship these days, I was able to do all thatand more  thanks to my dad in his garage by the age of twelve or so, its pitiful this is a man making a living from such basic handicraft and calling it art.


What the hell are you even talking about?
 
2013-04-27 09:46:16 PM

Lady Beryl Ersatz-Wendigo: willfullyobscure: How sad this is what passes for craftsmanship these days, I was able to do all thatand more  thanks to my dad in his garage by the age of twelve or so, its pitiful this is a man making a living from such basic handicraft and calling it art.

What the hell are you even talking about?


http://www.fark.com/comments/7717726/83832301#c83832301
 
2013-04-27 11:55:32 PM
Damn, this makes me want to go back to my high school and see if they'll let me take wood shop again. I won't fark around and make boring shiat this time, promise!
 
2013-04-28 12:37:44 AM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: My five-year-old niece made me play the video twice. She dug it, so I showed her a video about how wooden shoes are made.


Just don't tell her parents you spent the evening showing their daughter internet videos full of hard wood.
 
2013-04-28 01:33:48 AM
Agree, this is art.
 
2013-04-28 05:16:02 AM
It is pretty simple work.  A fun afternoon project, but not much more.
 
2013-04-28 08:27:40 AM

Thunderboy: It is pretty simple work.  A fun afternoon project, but not much more.


Your glue sets faster than the rest of the world's.
 
2013-04-28 10:32:23 AM

fatbear: Thunderboy: It is pretty simple work.  A fun afternoon project, but not much more.

Your glue sets faster than the rest of the world's.


OK, five glue-ups.  One could bang that out in two days, one if you are in a hurry and work late, with most of that time waiting for the glue to dry.
 
2013-04-28 11:36:14 AM

Poison Appleseeds: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: My five-year-old niece made me play the video twice. She dug it, so I showed her a video about how wooden shoes are made.

Just don't tell her parents you spent the evening showing their daughter internet videos full of hard wood.


Soft wood or hard wood?
 
2013-04-28 08:52:50 PM
If you didn't wanna take time for the whole video: The first minute or so will give you the gist of it, but at about 3:15 there's a clever "animated" sequence at the (clamping) table, worth a peek all on its own.

I won't get into the fight about how easy/hard it is to do this (violinmaking, it's not), but precision really matters with all the setup work--and having a first-rate shop like this helps make it all a *lot* easier (like car maintenance).

/For anyone who drifted in from the ^^Corvette Midlife Crisis thread^^ just above: I sure wouldn't mind having a shop like this at my disposal along with time to enjoy it and a spouse happy to just let me pass the hours there...
 
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