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Hawaiian feather cape

Jim Miller

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That's a creative, innovative solution, and it looks great. I call that method "trampoline" mounting, and often use it for molas and other textiles where showing the back is useful.
 

CHolt

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That's a creative, innovative solution, and it looks great. I call that method "trampoline" mounting, and often use it for molas and other textiles where showing the back is useful.
Thank you. The feather artist was the one who mounted it to the inner frame, I would go crazy if I had to do such a tedious alignment.
 

wpfay

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Wow, great collaborative effort and beautiful results.

I've never seen Koa (it is Koa, isn't it?) with that much figure.

Whoever owns this has a true museum piece.
 

CHolt

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Wow, great collaborative effort and beautiful results.

I've never seen Koa (it is Koa, isn't it?) with that much figure.

Whoever owns this has a true museum piece.
Thanks. That was nice curly board. I was very lucky that I got to make a nice piece out of it.
 
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