My Art

Discussion in 'Show Us Your Custom Paint' started by zoood, Jun 18, 2009.

  1. zoood

    zoood Junior Member Product Contributor

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    Here's a few from my past

    By a Nose

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    Eagle Might

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    Flamming Skull

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    Night Lightning

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    3D Wrap-a-round

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    RJ
     
  2. STEVE07

    STEVE07 Well-Known Member Staff Member Super Moderators

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    Awsome work RJ.My favourites are Eagle Might and Night Lightening:D
     
  3. speedyron

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    Wow. A very talented individual. The detail in the horses is amazing.
     
  4. zoood

    zoood Junior Member Product Contributor

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    LOL I'll take that as a compliment. However, that comment needs to be read slow. LOL

    Anyways, here's a few more

    Art in a Frying Pan
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    3D sculptured Rocky Mountain Tank

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    RJ
     
  5. RUSHMORE_14

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    Whoa Nelly.......Totally blown away by th work. Horses knock it right outta the park
     
  6. zoood

    zoood Junior Member Product Contributor

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    Thank you, Im also curious as to where your at in NJ. Im originally from Metuchen, NJ.

     
  7. skcm2006

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    Nice work!:D
     
  8. skcm2006

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    Showed a friend and he is awe!~
     
  9. speedyron

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    The seat your working on what is it made of. Underneath the covering. Very Very nice work.
     
  10. zoood

    zoood Junior Member Product Contributor

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    Im not sure of the compound thats under there. But after I carved the model out of clay. A company in PA had this foam mixture, That you can decide the density of the foam. 1st part was to submerge the face or seat surface part of clay into it. When that set up. It formed a rubber female mold. Then you would pour that other mixture in there. When that set up. U had the foam part of the seat that the upolster covers with the vinyl or leather covering. The foam is exactly what ya find under any mc seat.
    When I get a chance I'll look up the company.

    RJ