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6th October 2010, 11:55 AM #1WWF SLIMLINE CHALLENGE 2010 Guest
Entry # 1 - by CORBS
The photo with two pens is only to demonstrate the size of my entry compared to a standard slimline.
One piece slimline pen
Woods, Cypress & River Oak
Finish, EEE & Shellawax Glow
Top tube cut and glued inside to activate mechanism
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25th October 2010, 09:24 PM #3WWF SLIMLINE CHALLENGE 2010 Guest
Entry # 3 by Ironwood
this is my entry. I guess it's a one-piece, closed end, "Feather Pen".
The barrel end was turned and drilled on the lathe, then it was removed from the lathe, and the feather end was bandsawed and carved to shape.
It was finished off the lathe for obvious reasons.
Parts that were used out of the Copper Slimline kit were, both brass tubes (one was shortened), the nib, transmission and refill.
The refill retacts and extends by turning the nib.
Material = White Cedar, and a Copper Slimline kit.
Type of finish = 1 coat of BLO , 5 coats of Ubeaut White Shellac , 4 sprayed on coats of NC Lacquer, rubbed back with EEE, then 1 application of Canauba wax.
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25th October 2010, 09:32 PM #4WWF SLIMLINE CHALLENGE 2010 Guest
Entry # 4 by Allan at Wallan
The wood is "Conkerberry".
The finish was three coats of Shellawax and two coats of Shellawax Glow.
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26th October 2010, 07:02 PM #5WWF SLIMLINE CHALLENGE 2010 Guest
Entry # 5 by Maddog62
This one is the standard gold components made from white mallee with a red-gum band (both timbers were from the Flinders Rangers of South Australia) with a piece of alum ( coke can) on each side of the red-gum.
The finish is 12 coats of medium CA with automotive wax and polish as a final finish.
The box is made from brown Quondong.
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28th October 2010, 10:18 PM #6WWF SLIMLINE CHALLENGE 2010 Guest
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1st November 2010, 08:24 AM #8WWF SLIMLINE CHALLENGE 2010 Guest
21st November 2010, 12:25 PM #9WWF SLIMLINE CHALLENGE 2010 GuestVoting is now closed.
MBUMIK will announce the winner shortly
21st November 2010, 01:28 PM #10Before i announce the winner i would like to congratulate all the pen-a-holics that took the time to participate in this,
the inaugural Slimline challenge
great job to all but.....
There can be only ONE!
Drum roll ..........
And the winner is ...........
Entry Number 3
Congratulations, you now have
which of course is only valid until the next slimline challenge
21st November 2010, 02:39 PM #11
Yay I Won. Happy me.
21st November 2010, 04:57 PM #12
Congrats Ironwood, yours was a standout for me amongst a solid fieldIt's only a mistake if you don't learn from it.
21st November 2010, 05:23 PM #13
congrates iron wood fantastic job
regards michaelenjoy life we are only here a short time not a long time
21st November 2010, 05:52 PM #14
Thanks to MBUMIK for thinking up the idea to have the challenge.
Also thanks to the others who entered, and to the judges and others behind the scenes.
The feather pen idea was about the third plan I thought of for my entry, the first couple were discarded because they were a bit hard to work out how to achieve what I wanted.
I really enjoyed making the pen, it was a lot of fun working out how to make it look like the idea I had in my head. I think I got it pretty close to what I wanted.
I didnt think it would win when I entered it, I thought someone would create something really over the top.
Anyway, I am looking forward to the next challenge, whatever it may be.
Hopefully the number of participants will increase with future challenges.
21st November 2010, 08:27 PM #15
Beautiful pen that feather slim, congratulations, AmosGood, better, best, never let it rest;
Til your good is better, and your