2020 was a complicated year, full of ups and downs (my daughter's wedding, my mother's death, the pandemic, job shortages and others like that). That made me prioritize other aspects and I left others on hold.
Among the latter was this large bocote fork that I received a little over a year ago. It came from a dead tree and had a hole in its central part.
In order to rescue it, I filled the hole with epoxy resin added with photoluminescent powders.
I wanted to take advantage of the fact that the grain of this wood accentuates the curved lines and looked for a profile that had many.
Today I finally finished making it.