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Steampunk Clockwork Pyrography Bowl

I love Steampunk and the coggy, olde worlde feel of Victorian times, so this week, I create what looks like a clockwork bowl using sycamore, a bit of design flair and my pyrography pen.

20160712_150923For this piece, I used a blank of sycamore 11″ in diameter and wanted to create my ‘usual’ elegant profile with a very wide rim in order to put the clockwork design onto.

I wanted the piece to look torn into a bit, so the outline of the design was made to look broken revealing the cogs beneath the surface of a clockwork tree.

The video goes into a decent amount of detail on how I burnt the design on. Not too much on the turning front as this piece is all about the decoration!

If you like the design, you can download it from my shop. And there are links to the other tools and bits I use below the gallery.

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