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View Poll Results: Vote For One
Entry 1 3 2.97%
Entry 2 25 24.75%
Entry 3 21 20.79%
Entry 4 6 5.94%
Entry 5 3 2.97%
Entry 6 14 13.86%
Entry 7 10 9.90%
Entry 8 19 18.81%
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Old 08-29-2017, 05:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Entry 1
The pen body is purple globe amaranth cast into alumilite, tinted with pearlex powders. For this pen I used a simple Polaris kit since it uses minimal hardware and shows off the blank well.
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Entry 2
Buckthorn cutoffs cast into a block with several different colors of Alumilite.
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Entry 3
The pen is a brass steampunk. The gears are cast over braided stainless steel.
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Entry 4
My hand marbled paper glued to tube and cast in PR.
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Entry 5
It is cholla cactus cast in a 2 colour polyester resin. The cactus has been bleached and washed before being well dried prior to casting.
After drilling I painted the inside of the tubes with purple acrylic paint.
The finished blanks were fitted to a chrome and gold Taylors Mirfield Alpha kit.
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Entry 6
I cast this alumilite blank using three different shades of green pearl and a matte white dye to create depth. I love the way the swirl compliments the emperor pen kit.
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Entry 7
Flower petals cast in Silmar 41. A base of rose petals covered 3 other flowers to give it a patriotic theme. These are on a good and gunmetal cigar pen.
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Entry 8
Multicolored alumilte and aluminum honeycomb cast on a antique copper dragon kit
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Old 08-29-2017, 06:37 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Show your support of the contestants and VOTE!
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Hard to vote for just one, all are beautiful.
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Beautiful pens, great work!
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These people did some great work. They are all very beautiful. Show them your support and VOTE.
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Don't forget to vote when you stop by and look at the entries.
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I think we need a BUMP here.
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6 points between 1st and 2nd, 2 points between 2nd and 3rd. It's really in the voters hands. That would be all of you!
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I voted but it took a long time to decide.
They all are winners to me.
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September 4? Geez, man. . . is this your way of padding the number of views toward winning the new car Mike donated to the contest chair with the most page views?
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