A Zen too far

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Jjartwood

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So while I was playing in the Nat'l Headquarters I came across some
Holographic dust. Holographic,why that sounds like Star Treck !!
It Must be good!!! not so much,it tended to garbage up the pen and make it too busy,But then again there is that guy with every piece of adhesive backed
plastic chrome wannabe racer stuck to his car.
these pens are not a real success story but a lesson on when enough Holographic sparkles is too much.
Oh well,
C&C welcome
Mark
the 4th pic is of a different pen, even worst than the 1st!!
 

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CabinetMaker

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So while I was playing in the Nat'l Headquarters I came across some
Holographic dust. Holographic,why that sounds like Star Treck !!
It Must be good!!! not so much,it tended to garbage up the pen and make it too busy,But then again there is that guy with every piece of adhesive backed
plastic chrome wannabe racer stuck to his car.
these pens are not a real success story but a lesson on when enough Holographic sparkles is too much.
Oh well,
C&C welcome
Mark
the 4th pic is of a different pen, even worst than the 1st!!
I kinda like them.They have a depth, for lack of a better term, that is cool.
 

wiset1

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I like the concept, but a fat Zen always throws me off. I know it had to be fat to secure the casting inside, but a chubby zen...ick. The idea is a winner for me though!
 

paintspill

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i'm with tim on this one. i like the sparkle and the depth, but i like zens straight sided. and trust me. i'm in the paint business and i don't look and a single paint, resin, metallic, pearlescent, or epoxy without thinking "i wonder if i could make a pen from that."
 

plantman

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:cool::cool: My thought is that a lot of the people who do not warm up to these pens were not in their teens and twentys back in the late sixty's and early seventy's. They would fit right in with the shag carpet, and look good with a paisley shirt and bell bottom pants. I like them !! If they offend you, send them to me. I would "LOVE" to add a "Peace" to my collection. I could put them next to some Bracelet Assistants. Jim S
 

Jjartwood

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I like the concept, but a fat Zen always throws me off. I know it had to be fat to secure the casting inside, but a chubby zen...ick. The idea is a winner for me though!
I prefer to think of them as full figured as apposed to fat and a chubby pen
well.......we'll just have to let that dog lay.
Mark
 

thewishman

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I like the concept, but a fat Zen always throws me off. I know it had to be fat to secure the casting inside, but a chubby zen...ick. The idea is a winner for me though!
I prefer to think of them as full figured as apposed to fat and a chubby pen
well.......we'll just have to let that dog lay.
Mark

"Has a great personality."
 
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