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    Posted: 31 May 2012 at 7:15am

Here's a few new nudes I've been doing for a few members Smile



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Some nice timber their mark...they look excellent mate Thumbs Up

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Beautiful work! Smile
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They look good Mark, love the figure in the timber
 
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Nice work Mark, they look fantastic, thanks for the pics, regards Chris
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Very nice Mark , Thumbs Up
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Great work Mark,,I really like the 2nd picture down,,Gary
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bottom one looks like the one you just sent me....I liked it and so did the bass.....nice work mate.
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They look awesome...especially those with the dots
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They're looking really good there.
Great work Clap Love the nudes LOL
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they look greatThumbs Up some nice choice of timber and dot work
 
 
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thanks for the kind comments guys Smile here's a couple more from silky oak 


a couple of cedar ones for myself LOL

this one is for the sooties "froglatte"


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I really like the last one
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Very impressive Mark.
 
The clear coat on the top silky oak one looks like glass in the photo.
 
 
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they all look great i love nudes the grain in them is realey terrific Ron
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ClapHow do  get one of those little fellas? Pleeaasseee let me know. ClapClapClap
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excellent work there mateThumbs Up
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a special one for a special lure lover Wink LOL should have waited for it's second coat before I posted it LOL
hand carved flame maple, picks don't do it justice


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BEAUTIFUL Mark,Excellent figuring in the timber,cant put paint over these!!Cheers Richard.
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Mark, all are beautiful, my favorite is the flame maple, we call it curly maple here. I have a piece blocked out to make a muzzle loading rifle stock but haven't started on it yet.
Love the grain in all the beautiful timber lures.
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you better put pictures of that muzzle loader up when you finish it young Verlon,that'd be something to seeThumbs Up
no one could do a paint job as good as the natural grain on that lure Mark, absolutely perfect mateThumbs Up
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Originally posted by puglee62 puglee62 wrote:

you better put pictures of that muzzle loader up when you finish it young Verlon,that'd be something to seeThumbs Up
no one could do a paint job as good as the natural grain on that lure Mark, absolutely perfect mateThumbs Up
 
Chris you have hit the nail on the head about nudes, though there is a skill is in accentuatuing the timber with a good clear coat and a sublte addition of colour.
 
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Originally posted by puglee62 puglee62 wrote:

you better put pictures of that muzzle loader up when you finish it young Verlon,that'd be something to seeThumbs Up
no one could do a paint job as good as the natural grain on that lure Mark, absolutely perfect mateThumbs Up
 
 
If I ever get started on it Chris. I have had it for several years, but too busy trying to make a better and unique lure. Not much of an excuse. If I don't get started on it soon, time will run out for me.
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Gorgeous Nudes all of them Mark.
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Thank you for showing us your beautiful work.

 Would it be possible to show a top elevation of some to put them into perspective of depth  and thickness etc. for the silky oak lures in particular.
 Also length would be handy.  Are the bibs aluminium?  What size and type of wire is used?. Are the silky oak lures floaters or sinking lures.

An approximate cost would also be something to know if we could afford to purchase same.

Have you any tips re type of varnish or clear gloss to use?

Have you got a site where you have particulars of your lures that may be for sale?

Gosh, thats a lot of questions.

Just viewing these have been a pleasure.

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That 'flame maple' is a beautiful lure. Really like the dots along the belly. A neat simple touch to a nude lure.
Will have to see what sort of Maples are available over here. Is Flame Maple a common timber?
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Originally posted by CircleVbaits CircleVbaits wrote:

Mark, all are beautiful, my favorite is the flame maple, we call it curly maple here. I have a piece blocked out to make a muzzle loading rifle stock but haven't started on it yet.
Love the grain in all the beautiful timber lures.
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Know wht you mean Verlon, I saw a muzzle loading sniper rifle (U.S civil war- European made) at a reenactment in Tennessee somewhere, it had a Flame Maple stock, bloody work of art I thought--had a telescopic sight and all, the rifle must have been about 7-8' long, took 2 men to handle it LOL
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It was just like your 'nudies' Mark, beautifully finished.
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