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  1. Mal
    04-10-2011 11:02 PM
    Mal
    giddy paul sorry its taken me awhile to reply been away from things for awhlie , I really like this knife too I didn't do the engraving it was done by a bloke called Phil Vinnicombe , with a hammer and chisel , pretty good wish I was that good , thanks for the kind comment on my knife ..Mal.............
  2. Jonessa
    01-16-2011 02:44 AM
    Jonessa
    thank you for your comment on my first bulino work!
  3. hand e dave
    08-23-2010 11:53 AM
    hand e dave
    Hello Paul, thank you for your kind words concerning my pierced Celtic bird brooch. I really enjoy Celtic work. All the best ! Dave.
  4. paulsph
    06-27-2010 04:24 AM
    paulsph
    http://www.paulholbrecht.net/en/news.htm[/IMG]
  5. stefan albert
    06-11-2010 11:03 PM
    stefan albert
    Hello Paul
    Thank you very much Your comment , I am glad to like it.

    Stefan
  6. Chapi
    05-30-2010 01:54 PM
    Chapi
    Thank you for the kind words!
  7. James
    03-25-2010 07:54 PM
    James
    hi paul, yes im member of haida nation. james
  8. Daniel Houwer
    02-11-2010 01:38 PM
    Daniel Houwer
    Hallo Paul,
    Als je eerst het bot van zoveel mogelijk merg ontdoet, dan een nachtje laat "uitbloeden" in koud water en dan tien minuten tot een kwartiertje kookt heb je prachtig bot om mee aan de gang te gaan. Bleekwater heeft een meer brosmakend effect op bot dan eventjes koken.
    [IMG]http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d51/danielhouwer123/DSCN0156-1.jpg[/IMG]
    Dit is een stuk bot dat ik als volledig bot gekocht heb en heb behandeld zoals hierboven beschreven.
    [url]http://s33.photobucket.com/albums/d51/danielhouwer123/?start=400[/url]
    Daar zie je als het goed is de schenkel en wat voorbewerkingen.

    Heb je wel eens aan gewei gedacht om in te gaan steken? Dat is doorgaands gelijk al schoon. Ik geloof dat je bij Dick (tools?) in duitsland bot been en gewei kunt kopen. Net als damasten pakketjes

    Hopelijk heb je er wat aan.

    Daniel
  9. Daniel Houwer
    02-07-2010 03:24 AM
    Daniel Houwer
    Hi Paul, Just read on of your replys saying that you had a hell of a time cleaning bone. Could you tell me how you do that? I used to get the bone's too. Saw off each end, get most of the marrow out and boil for a few hours.
    Don't know exactly what you need for scrimshaw, but I used to carve bone and for that purpase, a half an hour tops would be the time spent cleaning.
    Greetings, from Holland.
    West Vlaanderen Spreekt Nederland toch?
  10. steeltat2ist
    12-04-2009 11:18 AM
    steeltat2ist
    Hello Paul. Thanks for your comments. Dave V

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