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ABHandmade

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About ABHandmade

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    Leatherworker
  • Birthday 06/07/1970

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    Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Interests
    embedded systems development (ARM), leatherwork, woodwork

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  1. Hello! I apologize for the delay in answering - I haven't been here very often lately. This particular model that I have is called Magnifier Binokulare MG81001-H. I bought it in Ukraine, but a Google search says that you can buy it here, par example https://www.amazon.co.uk/Magnifier-Binokulare-MG81001-H-Led-Backlit-Display/dp/B082WDS4KL
  2. https://www.leathercraftlibrary.com/ is back online!!!
  3. Many thanks, Tom! I was very worried, doing this work - whether I can achieve similarities. It seems to work out. At least Sonya liked the result Thank you very much!
  4. Definitely, the main source of the problem is beveler. Having become interested in working with leather 2.5 years ago, I bought such a Chinese set of stamps “one and a half ten for 10 dollars”. This Z-B197 of terrible look was definitely in it. My disappointment knew no bounds - I could not get even a miserable semblance of result. It is good that this first disappointment did not put an end to attempts. How happy I was when I bought a few inexpensive (3-5 dollars apiece), but normal stamps, I managed to get a normal bevel. Do not let disappointment from bad tools, which in principle can not fulfill their function, stop you. Good luck!
  5. @rktaylor Many thanks! @YinTx Thank you very much!
  6. @klutes Thank you! @battlemunky Many thanks @Scoutmom103 Thank you! @Ferg Sir, I am incredibly flattered and proud by your comment. Thank you so much for such attention to my work.
  7. Work complete. Carving with plugs. Coloring - acrylic paints and spirit dyes. And a few photos of the creation process.
  8. @YinTx Thanks But you are very unfair to yourself. Looking at some of your work, I sometimes envy (in a good sense)
  9. I dare to suggest that you are using a not very quality tools (stamps). This is especially true for beveler. Judging by the imprints, it has a very large radius of the edge, so you can’t "put down" the leather along the cut line maked with a swivel knife. UPD. It’s not about looking at very high-quality (and expensive) tools right away. There are quite worthy stamps at a price of 5-7 dollars. Simply, if you use what is sold in the form of a set of “20 stamps for $ 10,” it’s very difficult for a beginner to understand whether he is doing something wrong, or the existing tool, in principle, cannot perform its functions.
  10. No, I'm not going to go down! Today we walked already 20 times. Leave me alone!
  11. Many thanks, Mike! Thank you ! Thanks! I hope one day I can make such a video. But so far the attempts have not been successful For this there must be talent (or hard work). Plus, I can not accompany the video with voice explanations due to the extremely weak spoken English @Scoutmom103 Thank you very much! @Northmount Many thanks, Tom!
  12. Many thanks, @battlemunky! I'm glad you like it
  13. Great and beatiful work! And carving, and color, and stitching are pleasing to the eye.
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