Some pretty material and a piston.

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The Last Few | Newton Pens

Here is my very first piston filler fountain pen and it WORKS. :)
This one is going to stay in my pocket, but I've already got orders to make several more.

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Here's one I made with some of BSea's orange. I love this stuff.

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A gray and orange Shinobi
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A purple and alabaster Shinobi with a big #8 Jowo nib...
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Here's one I'm taking to the Miami Pen Show...
Sterling silver and Tibaldi Imperio celluloid.
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A black walnut (from Scott I'd bet) and BSea Tsunami blank pen.
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Home made sterling clip with some of Scott's blue and bronze chunk PR on an ebonite pen.
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Black Russian material from exotic blanks.
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A really big pen with lots of BSeas material.
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Yes, with snowflakes in the cap. :)
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Another Shinobi with Maj'k resin with cumberland ebonite. This one looks HOT.
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Some Galaxy Trek PR from Slabs Blanks and Boards.
I need to order more of this for another one of these...
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Thanks for looking.
 
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Curly

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I like pretty much all of them especially the hammered silver. Did you hand peen it with a ball peen hammer? Before or after working the insides?

You've come a very long way from your clown vomit pen just under 3 years ago.
 

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Those are all amazing, but the one that stands out to me is the Sterling silver and Tibaldi Imperio celluloid. I'm a big fan of understated elegance and that one simply jumps off the page at me. Well done on all~
Cheers
Bob
 

Simsonicole

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Hi there...you seem to be extremely proficient at blending different types of materials together. Since I have been pen making, I have been keeping all the left over offcuts from the pens I have made. I have many acrylic & wood pieces. My idea is to join them together to make a new blank for a pen. Any tips or tricks you would be willing to share with a newbie???

Fantastic pens by the way! Love 13/14!!!!
 

BSea

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How did I mess seeing this thread before now?:confused:

I've seen a few of these already, but not the silver pen. That's my favorite. :good:
 

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Way to go Shawn. All are just like your other pens. BEAUTIFUL. Good job. Good to see you on here. Ted:)
 
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