Starry Night Rotacrylic Pen Blanks

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Starry Night Rotacrylic Pen Blank! This beautiful blank is one of Jeff's space-themed blanks and portrays a crescent-shaped moon with stars against a night sky that is filled with a nebula with more glittering stars. Simply beautiful!

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  • Weight
    3 oz
  • SKU
    JP-STARRY

Starry Night Rotacrylic Pen Blanks

Starry Night Rotacrylic Pen Blank! This beautiful blank is one of Jeff's space-themed blanks and portrays a crescent-shaped moon with stars against a night sky that is filled with a nebula with more glittering stars. Simply beautiful!

This amazing piece of workmanship involved many hours of design cutting on a CNC, including thousands of lines of code. Once cut, the upper blank was re-cast, in resin. The matching blank for the other barrel has no image.

The blank will fit a mid-size pen (Jr Gent II/Jr Statesman/Triton etc)  Because of the double casting and the intricate design, there is a chance of encountering a small bubble. If you do, it can easily be filled with some of the white sanding dust and CA or epoxy. 

Painted tubes are recommended.

  • Subject
    Astronomy | Space
  • Color
    Black
  • Material
    Alumilite
  • Blank Length
    4" (2 pc set)
  • Blank Width
    3/4"
  • Blank Style
    Rotacrylic
  • Blank Shape
    Round
  • Blank Transparency
    Low
  • Threads (Kitless)
    Yes

Watch this short video BEFORE drilling and turning your new Rotacrylic Blank!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=g-5Z8wYDDwE

 

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  • Feb 15, 2015, 11:03 AM
    This blank is stunning!!! The deep shimmering colors... it even has small twinkling blue "star" which are only seen when the pen is moved. incredible!!! this is one of the finest blanks jeff has made,,, detail, detail, detail!!

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