New realkin shading video...

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gorobman
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Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:19 am

Jericho, Vermont USA... When I attempt to play, it says something about UGM removed. Ugh!
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Sun Nov 01, 2015 1:50 pm

Shading Video is now available - thanks!

Your pumpkin pit is awesome - next to a man cave, everyone should have a pumpkin pit!

One last question (for now): what bits were you using aside from the 1/32 bit for the cut outs? It appears you used a few different ones during the shading tutorial but I couldn't be sure what they were.

Again, T H A N K Y O U for taking the time to share your amazing process. I can't wait to try to emulate every step!!!!
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Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:49 am

gorobman wrote:Shading Video is now available - thanks!

Your pumpkin pit is awesome - next to a man cave, everyone should have a pumpkin pit!

One last question (for now): what bits were you using aside from the 1/32 bit for the cut outs? It appears you used a few different ones during the shading tutorial but I couldn't be sure what they were.

Again, T H A N K Y O U for taking the time to share your amazing process. I can't wait to try to emulate every step!!!!
Thanks!

Please Let me know if any other vids don't work. I might just have to upload all on silent.

here is a pic of my foamkin bits.
Foamkin bits.jpg
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Thu Nov 05, 2015 7:35 pm

Hi Doh!

Forgive my ignorance but I can't figure out what most of those foamkin bits are by Dremel number. The two on the left look to be 1/32 bits but the others I don't have a clue. Would you mind satisfying my curiosity?
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Fri Nov 06, 2015 1:46 pm

The two high speed cutters are a 196 and a 115. The one on the far right is an old bit that they no longer make.

The pink grinding stone I got in a kit at harbor freight.
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Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:38 pm

Thank you DOH! U da man! :bb:
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