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...Sheridan-style specifically for an 1851 navy or 1860 Army.

 

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N . . . I . . . C . . . E

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What Fred said :)
et + ( however many you wish to award yourself ) for the photography and graphical treatment. :)

Edited by mikesc

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Wow! That is impressive. Very nice carving. And, as mike said, very clear photo.:specool:

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I concur . . . . agree; An excellent photo. Nicely focused, well lit with the right amount of skiffing light, well exposed and the rough log[?] background is a great contrast to the smooth leatherwork

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Sweet!

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That's an awesome rig, you are an artist!

How long you been doing this?

Vikefan

 

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Very very nice sir. What is the finish you used?

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Thanks guys. The image was taken with my phone. The background is an old stump that has deteriorated quite a bit over the years (plus we've had a lot of rain recently so there's some mold/fungus in the mix). So natural sunlight, but in the shade. I've discovered that is the key to decent photos.

After tooling, I dyed with Fiebings and finished with neatsfoot.

 

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Work of Art!

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Great looking holster and photography!

Gary

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Wow, very nice!!!

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Rockin' it! Someone will be strutting around.

 

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Great carving work and the stitching on the holster looks really nice.

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