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    Central Massachusetts
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    Camping, fishing, archery, scouting

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    Carving, Edging
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  1. If you looked through the whole album you can see my whole process, tear drop templates, then rough sketch of the fill in based on the stamping tools available on of the things that helped the most was stamping a scrap strip and marking the tool number so I could see what I was working with.
  2. here are some pictures of what I came up withexample
  3. I was hoping to give it another go this weekend, I filtered through all that stuff and really did not find anything but looked at so much Paisley I got a few ideas to try.
  4. Did a search but I am not seeing much to help with my dilemma, the patterns are too busy to try carving and don't translate well into what tools I should be trying to use for the fill spent the whole day ( my work shutdown for a blizzard)messing around and maybe came up with one or two that were close to being okay.
  5. I have been asked to do a paisley pattern and it is kicking my but I can get the "coma" shapes alright but I am having trouble decorating the insides any suggestions/hints/
  6. Just my experience but most guys in the trades like the leather loops they get sick if the click clack from the hammer on the loop.
  7. Thanks anyways, I decided to cement it as a liner and the fold lines pretty much disappeared.
  8. Nice work I really like your color work.
  9. Beautiful
  10. Back awhile ago I bought some pigskin lining leather that has been folded for years is there any hope that I can get those foldlines out? There was a post back in 2014 that suggested dampening and hanging to remove lines has any one tried this or does anyone have any other suggestions?
  11. Nice work!
  12. A couple of years ago I made a journal cover for my son's girlfriend at the time I used transfer sheet like you would use for fabric and covered it with satin sheen.
  13. WOW love the little portriat
  14. Mine is a piece of plexiglass with a diffuser for fluorescent lights to even out the lighting.