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Tidgy's Dad

Good job. :)

Harry Potter helping?

"Reparo!" 

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Ptychodus04
1 hour ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Good job. :)

Harry Potter helping?

"Reparo!" 

That would be wonderful. Unfortunately, no, he is not pulling his weight on the mammoth conservation.

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will stevenson

thats a mammoth task:D

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Ptychodus04
1 minute ago, will stevenson said:

thats a mammoth task:D

:DOH:

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Tidgy's Dad
13 minutes ago, will stevenson said:

thats a mammoth task:D

No, not a mammoth tusk, a mammoth humerus. :D

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will stevenson
1 minute ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

No, not a mammoth tusk, a mammoth humerus. :D

well thats quite humerous:)

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Tidgy's Dad
8 minutes ago, will stevenson said:

well thats quite humerous:)

Considering it's the trunkated version. :)

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snolly50

One would have to be pretty thick-skinned to tolerate y'alls quips. 

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Ptychodus04

Stick to fossils gents. Your comedy is pretty bad. :sick:

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1 minute ago, snolly50 said:

One would have to be pretty thick-skinned to tolerate y'alls quips. 

It takes wearing a kilt to be that tough 

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Randyw

I don’t know...they made me smile!

its looking good so far!

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FossilNerd

Your prep jobs are always exceptional @Ptychodus04. I have no doubt that your restoration work will be done equally well! 
 

It looks much better than it did before and well on its way to being museum quality again. :dinothumb:

 

You mentioned painting the piece. Out of curiosity, what sort of paint would you use for something like this?

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Ptychodus04
3 hours ago, FossilNerd said:

Your prep jobs are always exceptional @Ptychodus04. I have no doubt that your restoration work will be done equally well! 
 

It looks much better than it did before and well on its way to being museum quality again. :dinothumb:

 

You mentioned painting the piece. Out of curiosity, what sort of paint would you use for something like this?

Thanks. I use acrylic paints due to the ease of cleanup.

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caldigger

Magnificent work.

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Randyw

Looking good! They should be more then happy with that!

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FossilNerd

Looks great! Looking at your first picture, with it in pieces, and comparing it to the final, it’s a complete transformation. :dinothumb:

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Bobby Rico

Looks great now. You have to love Mammoths. Good work 

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Ludwigia

Very good!

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StevenJD

Great job Kris 

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Ruger9a

Fantastic work!

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RJB

  What a guy!  Good job Kris.

 

RB

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