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Author Topic: Dragon Shin Fuji  (Read 641 times)
beherenow
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« on: June 27, 2016, 12:29:23 PM »

Got a black Shin Fuji.  Didn't like the paint job not to mention it was super slick.  So I figured I would try to paint my own tama.  Sanded it down to mostly bare wood and almost left it that way as it looked weathered and old.  Went to the store and perused the color selection and decided on a satin poppy red.  Multiple coats later the color made me think of a dragon so I decided to draw and burn one onto the ken.
Going to let the paint dry another full day before jamming it but the paint is semi-tacky right now (24 hours dry time) so I think it should play well.







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The terrible thing about free soloing difficult routes is the chance that faced with ultimate danger and need for ultimate self-control, oneís nerve might fail and cause an error. Thatís irony of it,that fear could short-circuit skill,that one would die as a direct result of being afraid to die. R.R
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« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2016, 09:24:45 AM »

Really, really, well done.
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« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2016, 06:57:20 PM »

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The terrible thing about free soloing difficult routes is the chance that faced with ultimate danger and need for ultimate self-control, oneís nerve might fail and cause an error. Thatís irony of it,that fear could short-circuit skill,that one would die as a direct result of being afraid to die. R.R
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