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    Default Garage News: Finished Hagn

    I think it's finished but you never know. As long as it's in my shop there is a temptation to continue tinkering.
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    Don't know how to delete the first photo...oh well
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    Nicely composed, Lee. Good effect with the inlays. But the lions would benefit greatly from more definition - or its just the picture... or you have etched too long.
    Best wishes,
    Martin

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    Lee, I say the spuds are in the ground and you can park that tractor-beautiful work from a master engraver in anybodies book-Fred
    Want to learn to engrave, "cut an inch a Day every Day" Jim Small
    Fred Marrinan

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    That sunset is the cleverest thing I've seen in ages. Thank you Lee!!

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    You just keep pulling tricks out of your hat!! FANTASTIC Lee. You amaze me.
    I gotta start drinking more milk!
    Rex

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    Martin- Thank you for your advice it is always appreciated. It is mostly the lighting of the photo but at your suggestion I looked at it again and reworked it. It helped.
    Sam- Interesting challenge to do a sunset.
    Fred- I'm glad growing spins is behind me. I prefer the baked now.
    Rex- Chocolate is the real secret. That's my go to when I want to live/engrave on the edge.
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    Another photo of the buffs. Maybe it's better.
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    Really like the way the scenes are composed with the inlays and framed... one sunrise one sunset.
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    Lee, on the buffalo inlays are the trees the base mtal or stippld in the inlay?

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