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Bowl Design Question

 
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PostPosted: Sat 24 Feb 2018 - 08:20    Post subject: Bowl Design Question Reply with quote

Hello,
I was wondering if I could get some opinions into what I should make. I'm working on a piece of spalted maple and I've turned it on with a bit of an overhang. I finished up the inside of the bowl when I ran into this mental roadblock. Here's my issue. I just do not like the top looks, especially the detail right at the edge of the rim. I would like to "fix" it? I'm considering: Option A - Sharpening of the top curve to be part of the thinnest part of the existing rim. Option B - Trimming the detail I do not like clean off, transitioning into the inside curve. Am I making any sense? Is there a third option which I have not thought of? Any help is appreciated. 
Thanks! 


I did not find the right solution from the internet.
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