aguilerag

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About aguilerag

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  • Birthday 02/08/1973

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Omaha Ne
  • Interests
    Dog Training, Poker, Playing Guitar, Drawing/painting/airbrushing.

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    None yet!
  • Interested in learning about
    the people in this community and anything that can make me a better Leather Worker
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    google

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  1. Tugadude, thank you. Since the majority of the wallets have been business logos or pictures, I wanted to try to make them stand out in my own way. I love floral/Sheridan patterns, but never get any orders for them lol.
  2. Halitech, I never go closer to the edge than what I do on all the wallets shown. I have not had one person say any have started to split (knock on wood) since I've started selling them. I use to go a bit closer to the edge when I started, and didn't like the way it looked. I totally agree that I should having stopped the stitch groove would have made it look better. I was going to stitch all the way around, that's why I put the groove like that but during the making of it, I sent update photos and she asked if I could stop the stitching up to the insides and not go all the way around.
  3. Just wanted to post a couple wallets I've done this past year. The advice I received here when I was first starting helped me become better and sell better quality products. Thank you too all that gave me critics and advice.
  4. awesome job. Those look great.
  5. Thank you Lithops. I am going to subscribe to the journal. I appreciate the advice. here is the updated experiment. I think they turned out alright and I know I have a long way to go.
  6. This is my first attempt at making spur straps. I had a piece of leather that was not very good so I just did this for practice to try to learn a pattern. If anyone can give some advice on how and where to get patterns or where a good place to start would be I would appreciate it. Thank you Gabriel
  7. Looks very nice. Good job.
  8. Thank you Monica Jacobson.
  9. Nice backpack. Thanks for sharing.
  10. Thanks for offering the template. Nice design.
  11. Oh haha. I again agree with you and see how that would help the photos. I am a graphic designer and was thinking about putting all the photos in photoshop and putting a white background around the products. I don't know why I'm so lazy when it comes to taking the photos. I usually just put it somewhere flat. Thank you very much for your great suggestions.
  12. Thanks for putting the pattern up. It is a great looking bag
  13. Thor thanks for the suggestions. I see what you mean about the edges being the same color and will definitely start doing that. I think it would look much better too. What do you mean a different background? Background tool or like a border around the design? Thanks again.