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    Slimline in spalted beech

    This is one that I have just finished in spalted beech.
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    Accept my apologies gents. These are rubbish photos.
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    still looks good to me Terry
    Last edited by trapper; 02-04-13 at 17:24. Reason: typo

     
     
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    Aye the pictures don't help mate, it is very difficult to see the grain etc.

     
     
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    Difficult to see the pens beauty Terry, but knowing how this wood looks on pens i do bet it is a seller ...

     
     
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    The pen looks brilliant in real life and I've got another 5 of different woods to show but I've had 4 attempts at photographing these pens and I've failed everytime to get good pictures!!
    Everytime I take a photo either they are over exposed or you can see the flash.
    I'll keep trying and hopefully I'll succeed!!!
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    Terry if you have a scanner you can scan the pen it works.Frankie

     
     
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    I 'll have to try that Frankie. Cheers

     
     
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    Interesting looking pen.

     
     

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