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that dog house is sick

 

yeah I liked how it turned out. I didn't follow any directions I just went with it and did whatever felt right. all free wood too. You see all the pallets in the background we get em for free and take them apart. Some really good wood too and 100+ a dog house...although the ones that sold before hand didn't have a this look to em. More barn like.

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Thanks. Actually the miter box saw has some age and is affecting the quality of the angle. The shop is originally an automotive shop for my folks but business sucks in a small town so the lift isnt used unless needed. Must say though...cant hate on a parents home to return to with a 4 ton lift.

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Here's some Scion dealership awards I posted in the Abstracts thread before:

 

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haha i was like is that the scheme outside the popshop.turns out it is...

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Figured Id throw in a box of TnT and call him finished...a saboteur of sorts. X is in addition to the rest from the first a page.

 

 

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picture got cut off too but you get the idea

 

still not finished, ill post up a done flick when its done :)

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Part of a lino cut I'm working on for a valentines day card for my girl.

 

anyone do lino cutting?

 

Any tips the shit is really hard to get right and despite gettign the lino from quite an expensive art store it seems a bit crumbly.

 

How deep do you need to get the negative sections?

 

Will post finished picture later I'm going to layer this with thin layers of light coloured ink on some heavy absorbant paper and then do some line work with a calligraphy pen over the top

 

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Yeah I messed with that lino crap way back and after I tried it once or twice I kinda just let it be. Good luck with it.

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i used lino in year 9. still got a cut on my finger from when i slipped. try not to slip.

 

on that right hand side bit try to make it even because that pattern will show up (if you want it to look all even)

 

i have to do lino again this year for my course, fuck yeah so psyched. /sarcasm.

 

 

cool story br0 thats not helpful to anyone

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Well being that the first paint job was duller than a box of rocks I figured Id repaint the damn thing... not bad for Opps paints. Kinda has a more "fun" look to it.

 

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RE: linocuts

I'm a printmaker by trade, and found masonite to be really user friendly as far as beginning intaglio. It doesn't flake or chip easily.

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