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you're skilled enough for those nibs) I always feel safer with 0.8 mm paint marker.
And, besides BrushScript, there's a nice Strato font,...
El Tele Lobo,
And i wanted to thank you guys for being so kind and supportive, that's really means a lot. i...
Thank you El Tele Lobo and Kriticaster (if that's not a sarcasm).
if it is, thank you anyway)
I guess it's time to finish this one up....
Thank you, Max
Meanwhile, Her Majesty said she wants simple wooden earings right now, sooo
That's neck lamination leftovers, so i post...
Thanks tigger, that sounds like a reliable suicide plan)
Luckily, i don't have a shed and don't know how to drive (big city kid).
I couldn't find the knobs i like for this guitar.
The pair of vintage German brass knobs i have from another instrument, looks on this too small...
No, thank YOU,
I owe you one for the logo idea)
No rude jokes from me about what doctor exactly should do this.
I'm using small pots; bigger ones would not fit through cat's eyes. 250k for...
So, buffing. Ghetto style again) I have 1 foam pad for each compound i'm using: coarse, scratch remover, wax (and 3 spindles for...
Couple more things before the buffing.
I wasn't certain about upper strap button. Eventually decided to do it Gretsch style. So, had to use that...
Thank you for your interest (and i like your nickname)!
I've seem to mention somewhere, that this is not a restoration...
I don't find your question naive. I've transfered original logo to vectors and added missing letters. Phisycally, it's just two layered...
El Tele Lobo,
I'm glad you like it)
i guess the main issue with epoxy is the support it needs. Probably that's...
woody and hopdybob
well, that's not exactly what i want) one of previous attempts was made on white plastic. But i'd like it keep it...
And as approved by Hallo Spencer, Musikwinkel will go on the headstock.
No free font, as was promised: i've basically stolen Musima logo. Just...
Considering it'll be lying on black, Not as transparent, as i was hoping. Should have tint the second layer less.
First layer done
Adding a second one. It's needed to make it level, yet keep the paint, which basically stays on the surface
back to epoxy
adding some of saved clear
I'm moving it to make it flow
anyway it'll live own life while curing and gonna...
Oh, i like recycling idea too) As for the guys who made this guitar originally, i have a privilege of making it just once)
paint spreads out quickly
More brown dots on the first dots
... and some more
Makeing swirls with a toothpick
Anyway, i was lacking pickguard and tr cover. And for a long time wanted to mess with the epoxy faux tortoise idea. So here it goes: