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Old 12-30-2004, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Finally figured out how to take an almost decent picture. First is my first corn cob pen. Wow, does it get hard with the CA! Took about an hour to sand it. Second is a Chrome Atlas, home stabilized maple burl.





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Very nice pens Bill---good photos too!!!!
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Sweet pens.... and yup that CA really turns the cobs into rock don't it.. LOL...
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I had to touch up my gouge three times before I was done!
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Great pens! Hard to believe that a corn cob could look taht good.
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I like both pens a lot. Great work!
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They both look great. I'm not sure I would have the patience for those corn cob pens!
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Nice looking pens. [:)] You did a better job on your first corncob than I did! Kirk[8D]
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Great looking pens. I love the looks of the corn cob pens. Looks like somthing else I'll have to give a turn[:D]
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Love them both,
Got to find a white corn cob!
Never considered CA overly hard when I use it as a stabilizer.
I use a sharp skew and it cuts down the sanding.
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