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    Default work in progress big five , desing and game scene by jacoby pascal ornament martens

    work in progress big five,desing and game scene by jacoby pascal , ornament by martensIMG_2836.jpg

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    Looks great, and after trying some elephants myself, sure your is appreciated. I know you didn't ask for it, but the screw bothers me

    arnaud

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    This is absolutely top class!! The scene and the ornament absolutely world class!! Love the elegance and symmetry! And Arnaud next time before you post a critique think a bit, it's a work in PROGRESS and screws are 'always' hold for the last to be engraved..

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    super mecs, super equipe,super boulot, super futur pour la gravure lidjeux

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    Bram, is that a rule to have the screw only have engraved last? wat een dogma
    I know it only shows progress, but why then ruin the screw?

    arnaud

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    Great i love it!

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    good evening Arnaud the screw is right a screw of work not to damage the good thank you for your message

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    Fantastic work.!!!

    A great collaboration between two talented artists.

    Please show more progress pictures when you have them

    Cheers
    Andrew

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    Martens, thanks for the screw, I know, some think I lost mine :-)

    arnaud

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    anybody else curious about the seemingly random distribution of the as yet unshaded leaves? boy, i thought i had attention span difficulties. that's my biggest problem with engraving metal- there's ALWAYS something shiny to distract me!

    (but what is finished is beautiful!)
    Mitch Moschetti

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