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    I like this. It has style.
    On another note, I wish we had a bit of "template" on these threads. I think it would be very helpful if the material engraved and the size of the work were stated.

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    Fantastic job, Mitch. Beautifully done. Added to the RESULTS thread.

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    Mitch very beautyfull plate! i like very much how you have modificate the design!

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    Hi,
    This is my humble version of the 'Scroll Cutting and Shading Practice #1' and it's mostly thanks to you guys, I learned a lot from your posts.
    In Hebrew, there's a proverb saying "be a tail to lions and do not be a head to foxes", although I still slip a lot, I definitely feel I'm a tail to lions!
    Thank you
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    Guy, I like that one ""be a tail to lions and do not be a head to foxes""
    Looks good to me, I even have similar ones that illustrates my learning curve.
    Keep going

    arnaud

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    Arnaud, thanks for being gentle with your feedback
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    WOW that's some wonderful sculpting, Doc Marc! You're doing great honor to those nice Mr. Alfano outlines Greetings, Paulie

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    Here I go Sam, took some time I know. I hope Iím not too late to have mine on the result page.
    I had to wait for my En-Set to arrive. And as I had to play with it a bit to get used with the new tool, I did it twice. The zippo imitation was a bit harder as I had to cut true the chrome plating.

    arnaud





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    Arnaud ,nice Zippo! before the En-set what tool you had used a gravermax? how do you feel with the change?

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    Mrthe, thanks, my first and only tool before the En-Set is a GraverSmith. I know it is not used by many, but I'm quite sure it is just the same as the gravermag or max.
    It is the slow speed I like much and the easy control to make a hairline and regular cut without changing settings. And of course its sound is great.

    arnaud

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