Jaymack

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About Jaymack

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  • Birthday 10/15/1962

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mount Crawford, Virginia
  • Interests
    Outdoors with my kids, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Kayaking

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
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    Everything
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  1. Awesome work.
  2. Lumpendoodle2, please review the definition of forum. Tholek, See comment above, and since you have only been a member of this forum for a couple weeks, I suggest that you read it. If you think that the members don't communicate with each other, you haven't gotten past the opening page.
  3. You joined this forum less than a month ago, and you then create an almost identical clone of it. You have every right to do whatever you want, but we have this thing called integrity on this side of the "pond". My guess is that you think that there's money to be made. I will never be a member of your forum. If I every got to your site, it will be to see who your advertisers are so that I never buy from them. Pip pip cheerio you ponce!
  4. Awesome tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
  5. 50:50 isn't much of a dilution when it comes to Fiebings. I have mixed no less than 4:1 and as much as 12:1 with Fiebings oil dye.
  6. Nstar, are these still available?
  7. They are great! I love your work. Keep em coming.
  8. After the stain dries overnight, I seal it with 2 coats of Resolene and let it dry overnight before I paint with acrylics.
  9. Thanks. Makes sense.
  10. Do you tool with the uplift beveler before you bevel around the whole leaf/flower, or do you hit your uplift tool after the whole leaf is beveled? Thanks, John
  11. Well done. Thanks for sharing
  12. Leb, When I was getting my setup started, I went to 2 places to get some granite/marble: The first was a custom kitchen countertop shop. I asked to buy the section where they cut out the opening for the sink. He gave me a beautiful 1 inch thick piece for free. I also went to a local grave stone maker and asked if he had any broken pieces. He had a smaller stone where he had made a mistake and he gave it to me at no cost as well. It is 4 inches thick and I use it when I need to punch holes in leather. Once I got a little better at tooling I made both of them a checkbook cover, and by coincidence had a deer's head carved into it! They were both thrilled. John