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    Segmented Wall Street II

    Trying more complicated (for me) designs. It's a work in progress but this one is a good start. Walnut and Maple on a Wall Street II kit from Woodcraft. I have a hard time "seeing" the end result during the glue up process. I suppose its one of those things you get better at with time.
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    Nice pen, and a good job on the segmenting.
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    I'm sure there's a trick to getting those little segments all done up nice like that but I ain't smart enough to figure it out. Sure came out nice though!
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    Looks great. Nice job on the segmenting.

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    good work tom!
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    hard to make very small segmented work. You have done pretty good.
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    With my stiff hands I wouldn't even try to do segmented work that small. Great job to me!!!
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    Very nice!

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    Looks great, Tom.
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