Re: [Yorke_Kits] Re: Mystery Casting
Thanks for your reply - another group member, Charlie Flichman, was very kind enough to share the missing drawing and a second picture as well. On the 'to seal or not to seal' question I am currently fooling with a thin brush coat of Benjamin Moore's version of a 'driftwood' recipe followed by a wipe of various pan pastels (Roger Malinowski is promoting them) and various alcohol ink washes. Takes just a very little amount of material and time to produce a very passable limestone look (our local building stone).
From: tom <tomyorke@...>
Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 9:53 AM
Subject: [Yorke_Kits] Re: Mystery Casting
Yes there is another sheet of drawings. I no longer have this material as it was sold several years back. The mystery wall is not mine. At this point that is all the help I can offer. Sorry.
--- In mailto:Yorke_Kits%40yahoogroups.com, "thrustanparry7144" <thrustanparry7144@...> wrote:
> Gentlemen (ladies?)
> I have a question about a Chinese Laundry kit I just received. The seller says that he purchased the kit from Tom and never started/unpacked it. It has 1 sheet of instructions, a photo and a legal size drawing marked page one. The drawing shows the front and both sides but not the back. The thing I can't figure out is that there is a long stone wall casting included (12" X 4") imprinted SAK 10/1/96 on the bottom edge that is obviously not by Tom's magic hand(s). Any suggestions? and is there another drawing that shows the rear wall and this casting?
> Craig from the Bay of Quinte, ON
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