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Old 10-05-2009, 04:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Some of my recent work inspired by various IAP members. Hope you like these.
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Great looking pens. I like them all. Any tips on the cross in the window?
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Good looking pens.!!

Especially like the pine cone.
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Great looking pens. I like them all. Any tips on the cross in the window?
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The cross is made from a 12" assembly(laminated strips) that is then further cut into a small block and set in the casting container. Pour your resin around the cross block. I keep the cross positioned by gluing it to a small piece of veneer "sheet" and thereby holding(cross) it in position. A 12" cross block will allow you to make many pens and it it also keeps your fingers safe when you're cutting up the small cross blocks. If I have not explained it properly then I can take a pic and it will be made clear.
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Very Nice!

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Awesome work.
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Nice pen's Peter, I like the lift up box that's cool.
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Thanks for the info I need to make a couple of pens for preachers who work with youth groups in my area.
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Excellent looking Pens.
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How could you not like them?? They are terrific!
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