Here’s a link to an older post on making a bow. Its always difficult to stop long enough to actually take a photo while working.
A kid’s bow made from heartwood of Juniperus virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar) backed with Carya ovata (Shagbark Hickory). A fast little shooter.
Over about 5 years of shooting, this Osage orange bow settled into this somewhat ugly tiller, bending too much low in the limbs. I think it was a very good arc initially and became a little concerned when this happened. As this bow turns 10 years old this year and I still regularly shoot it, I guess it is fine.