Uncle Spun Visits the (Almost) Wafer Twins

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Bob in SF

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The (Almost) Wafer Twins pictured here
http://www.penturners.org/forum/f13/recycled-almost-wafer-twins-154314/

grew up very quickly and invited Uncle Spun over in hopes of learning about their ancestry.

The "Twins" tried to take notes as Uncle Spun spoke in fragments, and had clearly flipped his lid. They all gave up on the ancestral quest, laughed a lot, and truly RESINated.



All's well that finishes well.

Happy Sunday to all - Bob
 

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Haha, Bob ..... you know how to "Spun" a story !!!! LOL

So how long did it take you to poke all those itsy-bitsy pieces of "cheese" into place in the blue matrix ?

It is a very "mice" job !!!!
 
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I really like that kit, is that a virage? I almost picked up a few in the group buy, but wasn't sure. Now I wish I had.
 
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So were theses pieces poly cast back with poly, alumilite cast back with alumilite, epoxy cast back with epoxy or some other combo? Trying to decide which pieces of blanks I should be saving with my pieces of wood now that I am beginning to cast.


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Mal - Tedious work - this microcheesing - thinking of hiring a quadridextrous mouse to sweat the small stuff - he'll be well compensated.

Dr. N - These are Virage Fountain Pens - kindly suggested by Tony L a couple of years ago - they work fine for me (and others).

Mike - I cast and recast Douglas and Sturgess Clear Casting PR resin - here:
Douglas and Sturgess: Clear Casting Resin, 1 Gallon

Thanks for looking!

- Bob
 

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No comments on the commentary! :tongue:. But the pens look great.

Thanks for the inspiration.
 

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What Could I say Bob, in response to your Magnificently Creative Pens and Post

For with your Being Renowned and having Created and Willingly Shared to "One and All" your Unique and Innovative Processes.
Producing Families of Themed "Works of Art".

It would be Irresponsible, and Downright Rude for me to even try to Add, or Comment on your Ingeniously Clever Pens, Processes, or Descriptive Posts leaving" Little Else to Say"

I Therefore, Willingly and Respectively Yield, to a Superior Creative Artisan and Wordsmith. :wink:
Congratulations, My Friend. :biggrin:
Brian.
 

Bob in SF

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Brian, my Friend - Heartfelt thanks for your very kind words!!

Always a joy to nudge limits and share what I've learned.

Gratefully, Bob
 
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