I am working on a live edge coffee table. The two long sides are the live edges and look great, and organic, and natural. The other two sides are boring, flat cuts. I want to make the two short edges look as beautiful and organic as the live edges.
I have considered going at it with a jigsaw, set to 20 - 30 degrees, and sawing in a curved line. That should give it a nicer, more organic shape, and match the slop of the live edges, but it's still just going to be a boring, flat cut. What can I do to make it look more organic.
I thought a draw knife might be some help here but I can barely get a ruffled corner out of it. I assume a chisel will not actually work as rock chips when chiseled (giving the appearance I'd like), but wood does not. I'm working with a cherry slab that ranges between 1.5" and 2" thick.