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About PastorBob

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  • Birthday July 19

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    SW Missouri
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    Jesus Christ, pastoral care, leather, things that go bang.

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    small, handstitched items, holsters, etc.
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    all things leather
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  1. Been a while since I have been on...life has been crazy. To date, I have sold one, yes, one item through the site. I have since set up my own website and am selling stuff there. I am also still listing stuff on etsy with moderate success. As far as pricing, I built in the fees into my prices. No real loss, just another revenue stream. Thanks for the feedback.
  2. Thanks! I did not. I actually forget to record most of the time.
  3. Welcome to the forum from SW Missouri, USA. Since the leather is already colored, no dye will be necessary. You will want something on the leather to protect it from the elements. I would use a waterproofing compound of some kind. Beeswax is a perfect solution along with other chemical compounds. I would not use resolene on it...others may weigh in.
  4. Man, I have to try the air brush one of these days. Gorgeous! Thanks for the added details.
  5. Very nice work! Looks great. Was the dye a mixture or a straight dye? What is the color?
  6. Welcome from SW Missouri. Looks like you are well on your way. Make sure to show your work as you go.
  7. Nicely done. that is sharp.
  8. Very nice. folks used to have one hanging on a wall with a mirror in the middle.
  9. Wow! talk about details! Love it!
  10. those look great. Neat seeing different ideas for how to carry a firearm.
  11. PastorBob

    Nothing new but

    Yeah, I saw that video. I took a stab at it, and for the life of me, couldn't get it. I will need to try again.
  12. Well done. Thanks for your service and your dad's sacrifice.
  13. That looks really good, my friend. The carving and stamping look great. Great call on the antique to make the lines pop. Well done.
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