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    I finished this the other day. I'll bend it to shape on a jig I made back when I was a machinist. (Sure wish I had a Bridgeport.) Thinking about adding some clouds around the Bobwhite. Any suggestions???

    Also need some suggestions for "Hand" polishing. I start with 600 W&D Paper then proceed to 800, 1000, 1200' 1500, 2000, 2500, and last 3200. I finish up with some ruby past I acquired years ago while working at the Philadelphia Naval Ship Yard.

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    Tollerance is the virtue of a man without convictions.

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    John,Give a little hint of clouds over the bobwhite and some grass blades coming up under the bird. J.J.
    JJ Roberts
    School of Artistic Engraving
    Manassas, VA

    www.angelfire.com/va2/engraver

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    J.J., thanks, the grass is a good idea.
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