6 Replies to “The Leather Element: An Alternative to Resist”

    1. Hi Robert,
      Great to meet you too, thank you for stopping by and thank you for watching the videos!

  1. Hi Chuck,
    Barb Otto here from Nebraska. I was so bummed I missed your class in Sheridan this year. We were in a light airplane and if we hadn’t left when we did….we may still be there! The weather really set in and got down right nasty. Sure hope you will come back next year. Love the leather Element! Keep up the good work.
    Thanks, Barb

    1. Hi Barb,
      I’m sorry you missed the class, the weather was something else! I am planning on being there next year, I don’t know what the schedule will be yet or anything like that but I hope to see you there. Thank you so much for watching the videos!

  2. I thought this was really great. That being said, I would like to see it actually being done as I never seem to be able to get a straight line. That sling looks like you taped it off before painting. Is that even possible.

    1. Hi Doug,
      The sling isn’t taped but there’s an easy trick to it. If you use a swivel knife to cut your outside border (around the design) then that gives you a hard edge. With that, you can draw the brush across the edge and that will give you a good line. Try this on the outside edge of some leather scrap a few times and you’ll get it!

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