Maple Bowl with Alcohol Ink Rim

Maple Bowl with Alcohol Ink Rim
Maple Bowl turned with wide flat rim colored with alcohol inks.

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Maple Bowl with Alcohol Ink Rim

9 thoughts on “Maple Bowl with Alcohol Ink Rim”

  1. I like the design Gord. The red looks great but, I agree that the spots didn't work. Perhaps an airbrush could mix and feather the other colors better. I wish I had such beautiful wood to experiment with, lucky you. 😉 Looking forward to seeing your next project.

  2. Brilliant experiment Gord! I have resisted getting into colouring wood as personally I prefer natural ,however I have had a few people express an interest in purchasing something like this , Maybe I think its time ol' Bram has to bite the bullet and to experiment too 🙂 Great video Gord and an inspirational one too. Cheers, Bram

  3. Hi Gord. If the trial piece was your junk wood I would love to see your best wood. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Good experiment Gord,I'm looking into spirit stains and airbrushes,may have to pull the trigger!👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  5. Nice experiment Gord. May I recommend looking at color pallets that interior designers use for their designs? Choosing three primary colors doesn't do the turning justice. Try googling color wheel tutorials. Love your videos, so please know I'm trying to offer constructive help.

  6. Nice, Gord. However, if you find yourself taken with coloring, those itty-bitty bottles of stain will suddenly become woefully insufficient… 🙂 Clyde

  7. Quite nice! I like the clarity of the inks, like a dye stain. I'm wondering how starting with the yellow and adding the darker colors would work? I know, by my own inks! 😁

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