January Competition 2016 Segmenting Entries

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    Slimline. This pen is made of crop ends of acrylic blanks segmented at 45 degrees. It takes 7 separate pieces to make the blank.
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    Kit is Gold plated Baron. Pau Amarillo segmented with Padauk and Aluminium. The cross is made up from 4 different colours of 0.2 plastic, but unfortunately it shows as a dark colour.
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    Streamline Kit. Material used in blank unknown, around 15 plus timbers involved.
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    Omega in Gunmetal. Padauk and Yew.
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    Jr. Gent Oak Walnut and African Blackwood.
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    Sedona chrome kit. Blank is aluminium plate / walnut / ash sandwich with aluminium tube / blackwood dowel filler through . I filled the ash grain with sealer & dust mix before sanding to pronounce the grain with final finish of sanding sealer and wax.
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    What a great uptake you've had for this competition Peter. All fabulous pens and a difficult choice. My vote is cast - good luck to everyone. You all have a great deal more patience and segmenting skills than me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Dart View Post
    What a great uptake you've had for this competition Peter. All fabulous pens and a difficult choice. My vote is cast - good luck to everyone. You all have a great deal more patience and segmenting skills than me.
    That's the 2nd. time we have had 15 entries so I am well pleased with the participation, but aim for higher in the next one. I'm glad I don't have to vote except in a tie. I think that's the one I would vote for then I see another and then another, it's difficult.

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    Blimey what a bloody job to decide, done now but took ages to decide, they are all so well done!
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    Can't recall how many times I've looked at these, some stunning pens...
    Done my bit now.
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