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gus13

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Been playing with the more common architecture styles colors and engraving seeing what I could pice together. Here's one I played around with for awhile.



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As always comments questions and critiques welcome!
 
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And this is the horn you were chucking around like a throwing hawk at Whispering Pines! :shocked2:

It's beautiful! You are a d--n good craftsman, as well as a good guy.
 

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That's a nice looking horn I really like the color what did you use to get it
 

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Thanks all. Suzkat I dyed it in RIT dye then burnished it back, applied AquaFortis then dipped it back in the RIT fora few seconds after.
 

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From where I'm standing that looks the business. If that's playing around, what are you capable of when you get serious about it. :thumbsup:
 

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Well Dick, I dunno if I ever got serious about it, I'd probably just break down and not do a thing! Everything I do is usually me "playing" so.....we'll see huh? :thumbsup:
 

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