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Old 06-18-2017, 12:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Bought these blocks off Etsy. Well crafted and not too bad to turn.

Both are CA finish.

Chrysanthemum and Lavender. Instead of reverse painting the tubes, I dyed the glue bright red and bright purple; it worked.
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Works for me too. You have been busy lately!

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Great Pens Stephen,
Love the Colour of the Chrysanthemum Blank.
What did you Pigment the Glue with?
Was it a Casting Pigment?
And did you use Epoxy Adhesive?
The Lavender is not as Stunning as the Chrysanthemum, but is Still Beautiful.
Great Work,
Congratulations,
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Nice effect with the dye! Makes a really interesting blank.
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