I'm designing an open segment vessel, a fruit bowl about 10 inches in diameter. I have the basic turning tools, bowl gouge and negative rake scrapers. Lloyd states it's best not to use a bowl gouge on the inside of an open vessel especially if you're not very experienced with one. I'm not very experienced in using a bowl gouge on any surface. I'm very low budget and at this time I'm unable to afford the "osprey" turning tool Lloyd says to use on open segmented vessels. Could I use a negative rake scraper on the inside of my open segmented fruit bowl? I am aware of keeping a sharp "burr" on the negative rake scraping tool. Any suggestions would be gratefully accepted.