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  1. #191
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    Arnaud, you have created a very nice engraving. Whichever tool you are using you are using it well, I like the way you controlled the cut...and on chrome no less on a thin vibration prone lighter case.

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    Nice work, Arnaud! Very clean cuts on that Zippo, you are doing great honor to Mr. Alfano's outlines too! Greetings, Paulie

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    Beautiful job, Arnaud, and well worth waiting for! I've added it to the Results thread in the Tips Archive.

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    Hi Arno! Excellent work! And a Good test for En-Set!
    It was a serious Test.
    Cut Chrome quite a complicated Thing!
    Accept my Congratulations!
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    Thanks Sam, I began thinking I was overtime on this one.

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    Hey all!

    Sorry for bumping this thread that has been inactive for so long.

    I just finished engraving my contribution for this thread.

    I hope you all like it.
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    Cras amet qui numquam amavit; quique amavit cras amet!

    Translation:
    May he love tomorrow who has never loved, and may he who has loved love tomorrow as well!

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    very nice, Steinar! try to increase the depth & width- the 'weight'- of your shading lines as they converge. this will help the lines make a nice, black shadow when they overlap, without needing to use so many fine, narrow lines further out in your leaves. (i don't have the ability to show this on a computer, but maybe somebody will post a photo demonstrating what i'm trying to say.)
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    Very nice Steiner! Glad to see this old thread revived

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    A newbie here... Very much appreciative of all the people putting their work out there to learn from. I'm working on this and also got Sam's drawing scroll dvd to work on.

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    This is beautiful.

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