Type: Posts; User: Mark Knapp; Keyword(s):
Thanks for these Sam, I/we appreciate them.
No worries Sam, your a good dude and we know it.
Very pretty Dani
I learn new stuff here every day.
Thanks Sam, very cool
Looks pretty sweet.
I am (of course) against the idea that rhinos should be killed for the "health benefits" from the horn. But now my question is, if the outward appearance of the horn is not actually altered, how are...
I wonder if this falls into the "fake news" department. Seems like you could just scrape off the paint and use the horn for whatever it is you use it for.
Maybe you should just do what I do, put mistakes in everything.:biggrin:
I can't offer you a critique because it's much nicer than I can do at this time. I can tell you that I think it looks very nice. It reminds me of some of the Nimschke work we've been looking at
That's crazy. I wonder how long it would take a good guy to do that in steel. Thanks for showing us.
Thanks Greg, for the kind comments. Here's what Greg is talking about.
I think you are right, thanks
Thanks, yeah, I used all gravers too. First a 120 degree, then the flat. Thanks again.
Very cool Sam, thanks for letting us see that
I see what you are saying. I wonder what I could do prevent something like that other than just not designing a scroll in an oval. Maybe I should put a sliver of background in there to keep the...
I added the forgotten picture above.
Here's the finished practice butt plate.
I will work on borders more before I do the real butt plate. Also the leaves look a little stiff. Like I said earlier, I'm going to make fewer but bigger...