I first laid out some sketches that would capture the general shape of my existing handle, and transferred its outline for me to cut out of a block of foam core. While using a wood-saw and exacto knife to slowly chip away at the thick foam care, I carelessly sliced away at asymmetrical angles, reducing my handle's structural integrity. So when redoing the structure, I drew its outline on both sides of the foam core through straight lines and a little bit of math, to assure that the spoon surfaced symmetrically. I chipped away at it from both sides and met each cut in the middle, succeeding this time.
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