Steve's Pyrography Logo Script and fancy fonts woodburned onto timber name plates plaques fa

The grain in this Mountain Ash does not appear to be prominent, but it certainly did try to direct the needle point nib away from where I wanted to go, but with a 1mm ball point, it may have been a little easier.

The same with Tasmanian Oak, but I think that the needle point itself will always be a bit of a challenge in any grain, purely because the broader point nib has more surface to mold the grain to its heat and shape.

Despite this, I do like the fine nib as the finer lines open up the possibility to explore fancy fonts,flourishes and combinations of designs to add detail and depth, where it is in character and proportion to the main design and the space available. 

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