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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by David Martin, Jan 16, 2014.
She said the area a 112 allows for scrimshaw work makes it a joy to work on. DM
"Fantastic" is the best word to describe that
Chris, thank you for this supportive comment. DM
Very nice David (errrr Leesa)!!! Magnificent work as usual.
Very nice job, Leesa!!!
TonyB, thank you. She really enjoy scrimshawing work and its good to know it shows. Stay warm. DM
edbeau, thank you for this compliment on Leesa's work. DM
Very nice work there
coyote, thank you. She works hard at it. DM
Very nice work Leesa! DM, you and your other half compliment each other's work! Thanks for sharing :thumbup:
Sit, thank you. We try to work together on projects to achieve the end results. DM
David, great scrimshaw work by Leesa; she is indeed a very talented lady. So, as soon as she gets finished with that, I assume you are going to put her to work on the bolsters!!
Tin Sue, thank you very much. Always the gentleman. The customer did not request engraved bolsters on this gift. Perhaps she'll do that on another model. DM
Gents, she finished the 112 and here's the other side. DM
Quite the awesome finished knife
You and your gal do great work.
Thank you, Chris. We really enjoyed this project. DM
WOW, looks great!
Thank you Ed for these comments. Should one examine the two sides of this 112, in dealing with the two 'B's of each side. She selected opposite ends to began each B with. This allowed a contrast with each side. The wider end allows for a larger B or more scroll work. Notice on this she gave him both. Thus, a more balanced work of art. DM
I have been a fan of Leesa's work since first seeing pics of it on this forum, and this piece is just great! Thank You very much for showing this one to us :thumbup: I bet the recipient will be very pleased with such a fine piece of craftsmanship! Well done to the both of you!
All I can think to say is BEAUTIFUL!!!