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Old 10-10-2018, 06:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hey All

Here is pen #3 I’ve made so far. It’s Bethlehem Olivewood combined with a Sedona Fountain Pen Kit. (Not overly impressed with the quality of the Sedona Kit but love the wood.)

Had a hard time getting the grain to line up as the actual grain pattern seemed to change due to the size difference between the 2 Pen sections.

I had some trouble getting the CA to harden but it was only 14 degrees Celsius in my garage so I’m chalking it up to the temperature. (Time to turn the heaters on I guess.) Only used 2 coats of thin and 2 coats of medium as I didn’t want my finish to be too glossy.






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Buddy you need to resize those pictures so we can see the entire pen without scrolling. 960 x 960 and 3 megs max, a lot smaller is appreciated by those of us not in a city with super duper download speeds.
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Buddy you need to resize those pictures so we can see the entire pen without scrolling. 960 x 960 and 3 megs max, a lot smaller is appreciated by those of us not in a city with super duper download speeds.
Sorry. Should now be fixed
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No sweat. Now I can see an nicely made pen.
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Nice, love the grain and finish. My complements to you.
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