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    Default August, Part III, Acrylic and Original

    Ok, here's the last bit. Some acrylics for fun, and a few originals for a friend who inherited them from his grandfather who had used them in WW II.

    The blonde horn made it into one pic just because those three are all for one person.

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    Thanks for taking the time to check them all out!

    Cheers!

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    You have been a very busy boy, excellent work yet again.

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    Just curious..How many years have you been doing this? Cause after a year my stuff still looks like kindergarten efforts. I'm humbled yet again... WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by regularjoe View Post
    Just curious..How many years have you been doing this? Cause after a year my stuff still looks like kindergarten efforts. I'm humbled yet again... WOW!
    I started restoring my own stuff about a month after I started straight shaving, using sandpaper and metal polish. That was about Feb 2010. I started restoring for others in September 2011. MWS was my first. I started my website in Feb of 2012, which caused a significant increase in restorations.

    There has been a lot of reading, but the best help has come from Glen, Max, and Brad. Those three gentlemen have patiently answered many of my questions, and they have been positive sources of reinforcement throughout the learning process. SRP is a wonderful community of helpers.

    Ask lots of questions!

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    OOOOOOO you know I like those acrylics brother

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    More beautiful restores Nate. I really like the original restore on the right with the two tone scales. Magic!

    Stu

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