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    Now that's real purdy. It looks like it was a long and tedeous job. I kind of like those kind of activities. I like it, I like it!
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    That's a lot of detail work right there Tom.
    Looking sharp and worth the effort though sir!
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    You guys are too kind!
    Took about 4 sessions to do the half. I always do the back side first in hopes the front will go better. TBH, I bought a set of 20 colors and used all but the blue ones.
    Likely they will dry out before I use them again!
    I have learned you paint here and there, allow to dry, blend/paint some more.
    Go back over it all and try to make it all the same. Wotta mess!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    You guys are too kind!
    Took about 4 sessions to do the half. I always do the back side first in hopes the front will go better. TBH, I bought a set of 20 colors and used all but the blue ones.
    Likely they will dry out before I use them again!
    I have learned you paint here and there, allow to dry, blend/paint some more.
    Go back over it all and try to make it all the same. Wotta mess!
    Looks like Tom will have an Easter themed razor, along with his Christmas razor.
    Its pretty, I dig it.
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    Oh boy Tom that is busy...
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    Not as fancy as most pics that have showed up lately and I have to comment that I'm jelous of all the fine work I've seen. But here you go... A bad word for sure but, Gold Dollar fixed and about finished. Blue lace Acrylic scales with lead wedge to try and help with balance. Custom toe and heal. Steal needs polishing, pinning and honing but I'll have to put it down for a week as work is calling. Sorry its just a G.D. but I think it looks much better.
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    Those are cool..!!
    Were they from Walt Disney's razor..? [emoji56]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarkus View Post
    Looks like Tom will have an Easter themed razor, along with his Christmas razor.
    Its pretty, I dig it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Martin103 View Post
    Oh boy Tom that is busy...
    Yeah...Pretty busy all right! I just started dabbing on colors and such. The browns would not go on good for some reason....
    HEY! It's one of a kind!

    Mebbe I can get it done in time for Easter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    You guys are too kind!
    Took about 4 sessions to do the half. I always do the back side first in hopes the front will go better. TBH, I bought a set of 20 colors and used all but the blue ones.
    Likely they will dry out before I use them again!
    I have learned you paint here and there, allow to dry, blend/paint some more.
    Go back over it all and try to make it all the same. Wotta mess!
    Hey there Tom, coming close to poaching on my territory. But don't worry, I've given up using paints, in general, for fabrics. Less mess, no drying time and mistakes easily corrected.

    Good work. Ya neve know when ya find the artistic in yerself.
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    Well, I kindof like it. Not my first foray into painting old scales.
    It shall be a most awesome Easter Razor!

    At LEAST tell me I got the front equally as funky as the back side?


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