John B ask-
"But I am unfamiliar with the green block in the background of your photograph.
Am I correct to assume it is something available from machine shop suppliers?
What is it called and who makes it. please?"
I can get a lot in a little space with these from Gesswein -...
Several of you mention silence - It is no longer much of an option for me - I seem to have a built-in background noise that is not much fun to hear - tinnitus. At one time it reminded me of crickets or cicadas and was not too loud - now it more akin to a tiny chorus of screamers.
I agree with...
" Will now be able to ship it back to my client "
Marty - After so much work goes into a piece -
Do you get any Postpartum Depression when you send a project back to a client?
It is a mighty, mighty fine example of engraving!
You guys are keeping me in awe!
I'm just getting back from several weeks with bronchitis - and tried some rose n scroll on a Rocco Chicarilli knife to get back in the swing of things.
I appreciate the "English scroll", but it isn't my "cup of tea".
Keep up the fine work while social...
Yes, still available. I can take whatever will work best for you. A Money Order or check is probably the best for me.
10573 Kelly Canyon Rd
Bozeman, MT 59715
Actually the Best Modern Gun Engraving last year, Yes, thanks!
Congratulations and thanks to you John - the Emerging Artist award is now known as the John Barraclough Award!
We all hope you can make it to the 40th celebration!
The FEGA Convention is the greatest for those of us affected by the engraving bug. Great people - it is fun, inspiring, and definitely worthy of attending.
Two new Master Engravers were certified out of those 5 members that applied - (Voted on by Master Engravers in attendance).
I remember reading that the Seecamps were hard - (but so it seems that all of the SS that comes under my gravers is very hard!).
Here is an earlier post about them: https://engraverscafe.com/threads/l-w-seecamp-slide-pics.3128/#post-30988