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Can't help you on the scope but congratulations on the expected child. :tiphat:
Sure is Sam. The way the metal displaced from the strike it can be interpreted several ways.
The more I look at this the more I change my mind.
Looks like reversed letter "J" as first initial and "B" as second initial or middle name entwined in a surname large "S."
Both Sam and Andrew...
My 2 cents are on James Bergling
Nejc and others, as I posted above,
I have a 1X2x4 inch long piece of maple wood on my bench that I use to jab the newly sharpened gravers into
Jab them into the end grain to remove the "wire...
Add a few jabs of your newly sharpened graver into the end grain of a piece of maple wood.
It tends to put a minor polish on the heels and also eliminates any " wire edge."
Your cuts will...
Sorry about your Gandalf Mark.
Love ferrets. Do you still have one? Love to see a picture.
Had ferrets when I was a youngster in England.
Earned me a lot of good rabbit dinners too.
Fine piece Shawn, thanks for sharing it.
Thank you Leonardo. Your interpretation of the translation is a BIG help. :)
Hi Leland, thanks for sharing this.
A good first try and I'll let some of the more artistic members offer their constructive help.
Few things. The duck is way too small in proportion to the fox and...
To form or replace the heel using the basic or standard GRS sharpening fixture just insert the graver with one of the bottom flats between the smooth areas of the spring loaded jaws. These are good,...
Thank you for your explanation David.
Thank you for the translation Leonardo. :tiphat:
Beautiful work by Luis.
Karl, that's what it looks like to me also. Good question.
The cut lines on the background tend to make me agree with you.
But maybe we will both find out.
Taylor, I'm sure you will get a zillion answers to your question.
but it's early days......just keep cutting and the answers will come to you.
Don't buy a lot more equipment.
Just change to a...
Wow. A really rich design. Lots to study here. Thank you Sam.
That should be a wonderful class JJ. Best of luck and happy students.
May I compliment you on both your enthusiasm and your use of the English language. I take it that English is not your primary language.
Both are remarkable and a pleasure to read. If you use...