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    Victoria Harbour, Ontario

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  1. Holster for Ruger Red Hawk .44 Mag

    I agree with everyone it's a nice lookin holster.
  2. Another knife and sheath

    That’s a great looking knife and sheath that I would be proud to own.
  3. Hello Dwight, Thank you so much this info is such a great help as all this is new to me and I am not mechanically inclined at all. I'm hoping after xmas to be able to get the set up and start doing some stuff. Thank you
  4. Thank you so much that is exactly what I have been wondering about.
  5. Hello I was wondering if I could get some info on your vacuum forming set up please?.
  6. Makers mark stamp

    I believe I paid about $160 canadian
  7. Makers mark stamp

    There's a a place called Hex N Hit there website is-http://hexnhitstamps.com/ they are in Thailand, I bought my custom stamp from them and it is amazing I got the stamp a metal handle that screws in plus the electric heated handle basically its a wood burner that attaches to the stamp to heat it. If you go to youtube and go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3JDQzETO-g he shows his stamp from them its about halfway through when he shows it.
  8. It's a wooden box I made with a door on the front, a heat light attached to the top and a hole about 1/8 of a inch larger then the bulb, a fan is attached to the side with a hole cut out to draw air in and circulate the air and I've attached wooden dowels on the inside to make shelves/hanging bars, because I make an assortment of products I needed to have shelves that I could lay things on or hang from I also made the dowels to be taken out and reattached when needed. I use the hotbox to speed up drying time, and when I use Aussie Leather Conditioner or bees wax I heat up the leather with the hotbox and after it's applied I put the product back in to help the pores open and the wax to melt into the leather. Before I had the box sunburst dying took about a week to do cause I let each stage dry for no less then 12 hours, now it's done in max 2 days. I'm hoping in the new year to make a new one it will measure 4 feet long 12 inches deep and 2 feet high it will have 4 heat lamps 4 fans, 1 shelf and 3 inner walls that can be removed individually to make different size compartments with different temps. Here's a pic of the heat lamps I use
  9. I use a hotbox and it goes in there for 3 hours with each layer that I put on it. So I do my base coat dry it for 3 hours in my hotbox, do my layer of mist back into hotbox for 3 hours, do my edges back into the hotbox for 3 hours and then I do my finishing top coat. All my dyes and resolene is applied by using airbrushes, I have 2 one is for dyes the other is only for resolene. I've never had any bleeding or blending of my dyes using this technique.
  10. My first attempt at a bag

    Wow that's really nicely done
  11. Can you show a pick of it the next day?. As it looks in this picture its really nice. I do a sunburst effect also and yes I do a light coat of mixed 50% water/50% resolene in between each color.
  12. HD Heritage Bags...

    Beautiful work your friend is lucky to have you as a friend.
  13. black bridle belt, Beetroot Red stitching

    I really like the color choices, and the stitching looks amazing.
  14. Hair-on Belt

    I agree with what everyone is saying that's a beautiful belt. I have never used hair on before and seeing that I am going to be buying some sides with hair on.
  15. Blonde Girl Guitar Strap

    As always your work is truly amazing I can only hope to one day be as good as you are.