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Old 05-31-2018, 08:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Super sweet!! I've always liked seeing your blanks / pens with your blanks, they are always flawless! There are some "casters" out there that will pass on a flawed blank and say "it just happens", well perfect the craft and it won't happen like you have! I refuse to pass any of my Tru-Card blanks with flaws to a customer....
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Super sweet!! I've always liked seeing your blanks / pens with your blanks, they are always flawless! There are some "casters" out there that will pass on a flawed blank and say "it just happens", well perfect the craft and it won't happen like you have! I refuse to pass any of my Tru-Card blanks with flaws to a customer....
Between the Tru-Card™/Tru-Dollar™coin blanks and the Abalone Tru-Quarter™ blanks, I gotta say, these Tru-Muller™ over Abalone are freakin Top-Shelf! We better up our game Patterson
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Old 05-31-2018, 09:11 PM   #13 (permalink)
 
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Abalone has been used many times before. It is not new guys so easy does it. The blank looks real nice and the combination watch face is a good match.
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Abalone has been used many times before. It is not new guys so easy does it. The blank looks real nice and the combination watch face is a good match.
I’m pretty sure everyone is discussing the face on the abalone, Not just abalone on a blank. I for one haven’t seen that and I think it looks awesome but carry on
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Abalone has been used many times before. It is not new guys so easy does it.

But has it been used at this level of awesomeness?!? I mean abalone is already super cool looking but daaaang this face is like "BOOM!!":t hunder:
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BOOM thunder!!! Harry isn’t awesome though lol

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Abalone has been used many times before. It is not new guys so easy does it.

But has it been used at this level of awesomeness?!? I mean abalone is already super cool looking but daaaang this face is like "BOOM!!":t hunder:
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Old 05-31-2018, 09:31 PM   #17 (permalink)
 
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Not sure if I am am getting trolled or not but Seamus of all people you should know a few that used them.

Here is John's that he mentioned.

http://www.penturners.org/forum/atta...ne-watch-1.jpg

Dale has been doing these for some time and actually was the first I saw do them. www.facebook.com/groups/912138418808644/


Scroll through his work.
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Great job Harry, even if a few try to bring you down. I still think you’re good. Carry on. I’m glad you taught me.
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Great job Harry, even if a few try to bring you down. I still think you’re good. Carry on. I’m glad you taught me.
Get this straight right here fella I in no way was bringing him down. All I did was say that it has been done before because you and others have not seen one or thought you have not. That was all I said. I think his blank is superb and love the combination. Will look great on a nice highend pen.
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So, what high-end kit would look good with a blank like this?
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