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Joe, I wish I could offer something other than "this is a beautiful piece" since I tend to sound so redundant every time I post this same comment but your talents are far beyond my abilities to critique. I can say that I enjoy seeing each post that you add to your projects. This one is certainly no exception.
 

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Hey Joe
I'm with Scott I feel like a broken record saying wonderful,great ,fantastic, beautiful. outstanding, spectacular.amazing even thoughit's all true. thanks for sharing your great work.
 

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Joe - I have to echo the comments above, another beauty.
 

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you are IN-THE-ZONE

keep them coming, always enjoy seeing them
 

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Really beautiful Joe. I like the shape…it appears a little wider than previous ones. Awesome use of the dyes too. You're work has started me considering using dyes on my boxmaking…we'll see.

Thanks for posting it.
 

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i love the colors joe…and the fiddle back is just gorgeous..i was thinking about what the others have said..and i think that some here create and post there projects more often then some, when any of us show our work were showing it to a very talented group…and sometimes its easy to expect what is coming…but if these were to be shown to folks who dont work wood or see these type of art peices all the time..your talents and art pieces would be even more wowed ….we all love your work…i hope your pieces go to homes where others all over the wold could see them and be wowed like we are here…..how long does it take to do one of these….grizzman
 

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Another great one from you!!!HMMMM…........I think you need one of my carved bowls I know I could use a turned vessell !!!!
 

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I tried your process on a chalice looking kind of turning out of walnut I made, using red and yellow aniline dyes, first the yellow then the red, it didn't turn out too bad but I should have done it on some lighter type wood like maple, ash, elm or something else. The dark color of the walnut really muttled the colors all together. But hey, I learned something and it was fun, and I just found out they got my inverter done so I can pick it up Monday and be back on my old Delta 46-755X again. I don't know what I'm going to do with my Delta 46-715X I just picked up at an auction. Maybe sell it or keep it for a back up or spindle work. Another nice turning Joe. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. m
 

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Wow, a real appropriate name for that vesse. It is truelly a Firestorm. Great job again Joe.
 

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Thanks for all the feedback.
 

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You really brought out the fire in this piece , Joe ! You're going to have to stop making these vessels just long enough for Webster to create some new words for us to use to describe their beauty ! LOL
 

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I'm with Scott & Jim there just aren't enough adjectives to compliment your work. Firestorm is another incredible piece. Love the color and the grain of the fiddle back. I also enjoyed your bog on your dying technique thanks for sharing that.
 
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