Two new "Martin Cigars"

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Halfcaff

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I made these today. They are both out of walnut. Big thanks to Peter for the La Gloria band. The CAO band was from last night. I am going to have to make quite a few more because my local cigar shop wants some. I converted the cigar box to a cigar pen box for presentation of the pens.

Thanks for looking. Let me know what you think
 

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penmanship

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WOW! Those are sooooo cool! I'm jealous ~ I have really got to learn how to make closed end pens like that......(no really!)

Well done,
Tim
 

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What did you use as a satin or dull finish?

I'm making one right now and I've coated the base with medium CA which I'm planning to sand down with 600 wet and maybe a couple of the MM pads wet and see if it provides a good dull finish that's durable.
 

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Very Nice!!

Love to see a Fuente Opus X done up like this. Even better if you can give em the Spanish Cedar aroma!!
 

Halfcaff

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Very Nice!!

Love to see a Fuente Opus X done up like this. Even better if you can give em the Spanish Cedar aroma!!
Yeah I would too but I have a hard time justifying around $20 for one cigar. At least that is what it is at my local cigar shop.

I had them in my humidor with my real cigars to pick up the smell but I took them out because I was afraid the 70% humidity would mess up the wood or the finish. The box in the picture is made out of Spanish cedar. Even though I covered it in velvet the smell still comes through!
 
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