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They are all 3/8" thickVirginiaKnapper wrote:They look nice, most close to shape. How thick are they?
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no it was mexican stuff. davis creek stuff looks different.boletus wrote: Thats a stellar point of rainbow, FC. Is that davis creek material? Ill be headed up there in 2 weeks.. I hope I can get some as pretty as that.
Because what we do is not an addiction, but an obsession, like BrewerMo said in a post a long while back. I have at least knocked or pushed off a couple flakes each day for the past week or two.freeze cracked wrote:
made these today. not sure why.
WillmcUtah wrote:I liked how this one turned out.
Papaxfour wrote:WillmcUtah wrote:I liked how this one turned out.
When it quits raining I’ll start looking for some replace coastal plains and a few TX Tabs. Do you have a way to heat treat?
Yes I can up to about 450.
nogie1717 wrote: A piece of Novaculite from boletus. This was the second piece I worked. It is very friendly stone. Hammerstone and antler billet reduction, finished with a tine pressure flaker. I copied the base of an Agate Basin cast.
You did that piece of novaculite justice. That point looks like its reflecting the sky with big fluffy white clouds drifting bye.
Novaculite is one of my favorites to work
I did not know there was such a thing as black Georgetown, where in Texas does it come from?freeze cracked wrote:raw black georgetown