Capital Click Moonlit Ocean

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qquake

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This is a Capital Click pen in a new finish, antique brass. It's from Woodturningz. The blank is one of my favorites, Moonlit Ocean, from Woodcraft. I really like this combination.
 

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qquake

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I back painted the blank, painted the tube, and colored the epoxy. I found with a pen I turned in the past that this blank can be translucent.
 

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turnit2020

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Very nice. I have found that using enamel paint instead acrylic paint for painting the inside of the blanks gives me a better consistent coat and color. Just my opinion.
Turncrazy43
 
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