This is a fountain pen I made for a friend of mine. I have a pile of the "serpentine" pattern cebloplast that I picked up from a member on here, and I never had used any before, so that became my starting point. My friend wanted a silver engraved overlay on the barrel, so after staring at the material for a while, I had the idea to try something more architectural themed than my normal free-form floral type engravings. I decided on an arch motif. The layout was probably the most difficult part. After cutting in all the lines and removing the background in the negative spaces, I applied a patina to all the silver parts and then polished the high spots for a nice contrast. I had fun with this pen, and it was a nice contrast to doing the looser flowing type engravings (although I really enjoy those too!). It uses a jowo 6 nib, and is about 5.25" long when capped.