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Aran

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This is my best effort at prepping .any tips to help me improve much appreciated

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Looks great!
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Aran

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Thankyou . I keep thinking I could have gone a bit further with the centre but was worried id end up messing it up
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not bad! you would have needed a TT nib atleast!
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Aran

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Maybe one day when the kids are all grown up and I got a bit of spare cash to spend on that sort of equipment but at the moment I'm really enjoying working with what I have. I always bring home from the beach what I call practise pieces to try different methods of prepping on.
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Lovely find! Looks great.


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crusty_rusty59

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Awesome !! Who wouldn't be pleased with a fossil like that ??
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That looks fab, well done 😉
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Aran

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Thankyou
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