Re: Natural Edge idea needed

Leave it alone.
Make tiny gouge marks to simulate carving or attack it with a motor-mounted
wire brush.
Color with permanent marker.
I'm looking for ideas on finishing a 'Natural Edge' bowl where the
> bark has come off - come off during the turning into pieces that can't
> be glued back on.
> I've tried blackening the edge with a torch and all it looks like is a
> torch blackened edge.
> What do others do when the bark isn't there, or can't be replaced?
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Mike If I am turning a natural edged bowl and a piece of the bark breaks off either then or when drying, off goes the rest of the bark. Leave the natural edge which is left as is. It gives an interesting variation of color on its own.
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