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New Peter Crow Design Model


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Looking good.

I never have drilled the control holes before starting the carve. Did it hinder carving in any way? I suppose it's no big deal since I've seen carves with F holes. Shows my inexperience. :blush

What dye and concentration did you use, if I may ask?

I look forward to seeing it finished! :rock

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Looking good.

I never have drilled the control holes before starting the carve. Did it hinder carving in any way? I suppose it's no big deal since I've seen carves with F holes. Shows my inexperience. :blush

What dye and concentration did you use, if I may ask?

I look forward to seeing it finished! :rock

had no problem carving
The finish:
primer: Milesi thixotropic polyurethane varnish. about 4 layers
masking and then the black acrylic paint. 2-3 layers
cover: Milesi polish. satin finish. 5-6 layers
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I love the new design Peter. I am impressed how you took a top with only a medium amount af figure and made it end up looking like it had a lot more. That finish is very nicely done.

I also enjoy seeing a hand carve done with chisels the old fashioned way. There are not many of us left that do that. :)

SR

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