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Old 04-20-2017, 11:20 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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I would have to say I'm partial to any kitless demonstrator FP. Would love to see more here at IAP. Trying to get up the courage to make a few.
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My favourites are, in no particular order, segmented, cast on tubes, kitless, any and all wood burls, & acrylics!
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Really good question and interesting thread. My answer would be....Highly figured, segmented pens....with a story. Love the story. It's the thought behind the work that often makes a pen memorable and meaningful for me.
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