Discussion in 'Artwork: Painting, Sculpture, etc...' started by Lisa66, May 6, 2015.
Sterling silver spinner ring...
That is gorgeous!!!!!! Beautiful work.
From @Lisa66 , for me to give to my wife on our anniversary Beautiful, beautiful work
That turned out beautiful!!! I know your wife will love it, plus all the time, effort, and love you put into finding a gift for her!
.....it was a collaborative effort, all the more meaningful.
@Lisa66 , finally got it engraved. Final sentimental touch and I just love it, and I'm sure Janelle will as well I can't wait to give it to her on Sunday
The gal that engraved it said to tell you that you do beautiful work, and being a big reader herself, she just loves it. Wondered if you have an etsy (sp?) Page, whatever that means I told her due to your checkerd past, you have to keep a low profile So kidding, but I really don't know what etsy is.
I thought you might like this @Lisa66 @tgcrna @dubya
Wow! That is truly amazing! Thanks for sharing Karen. I bet they cost a pretty penny.,..
I would LOVE to have one of those! But, yes, as Dubya said, I am sure they are rather pricey! Beautiful work, for sure!
Idk, the guy sounds really nice and he makes small sculptures, too. Doesn't hurt to ask, I suppose.
Will ya look at that? We ain't just for metal any more. Thanks @Lisa66 for putting in the request and thanks @ghost62 for the change!
Besides glass and very lately crocheting dolls for Nora, once in awhile I paint. Haven't touched the metals in probably a year.
OMG. Had no idea. That is incredible, Becca.
Wow!! Such talent!!
Well... I'm not in the art side of creativity. Here's some of my things:
and the Rifle I've just started on:
Oh, and another Mod in process:
Thanks! But it didn't really take that much talent. lol You guys should google 'dirty pours', 'flow painting', 'acrylic pours', etc. It's a *lot* of fun and you can lost in youtube forever. The only part that really used a paint brush was the whale tail.
Still... very nice!
You painted that? OMG, Becca, that is BEAUTIFUL !!!
How the hell do you make a rifle? Or a gun? I wouldn't know where to start. How do you DO THAT?
I made this hat from leather that came from a couch my brother didn't want anymore. When I have time, I'll post a pic of the coat I fixed up, of which the hat is an accessory for. I've seen a whole lot of steampunk stuff, but not so much in country western steampunk.
For me, since I don't have a forge, milling equipment, and etc., I start with what I want the end product to be in mind. That mental picture is developed through research. Then I start buying components, with one type/part of a very basic gun serialized for FFA, and begin assembly (which includes modifications).
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