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my new cyberpunk stuff's (8 pics)
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Posted on Sun Apr 10, 2011 5:04 am
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observe with your visual receivers (@).(@)



















thats all i got for now i hope you like it (i know the hands arent cyber but i like them anyway)[img]


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Posted on Thu May 12, 2011 5:42 am
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any opinions???


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Posted on Thu May 12, 2011 6:23 am
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Your post was acknowledged, be assured - the number of page views shows that.

But it's a matter of personal taste - who likes that type of art will like your pieces, and who doesn't, cannot be convinced except by stunning, extraordinary pieces to like them or this type of art. Your approach is imho promising, but not yet significant enough to spark the 'aha effect'. But continue to do this type of art, and once even the public acknowledgement aimed at can be achieved. Never give up.

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Posted on Mon Oct 31, 2011 6:53 am
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...also, this particular forum here on MAIL seems to move very slowly.

One thought I had about the hands - am I correct that they are copper (if not then just tuck the following info away for later use)? I'm not sure what kind of solder you are using so I don't know if this stuff would work, but there is a commercially available patina solution available from stained glass supply places that will put a sort of copper microfilm on the solder I used to use in the stained-glass studio I used to work in.

I'm pretty sure that this is the same stuff:
http://www.delphiglass.com/soldering-supplies/flux-finishing-chemicals/super-brite-copper-patina-for-solder

This stuff would probably help your solder blend in a bit, which to me would improve the craftsmanship a lot.

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Posted on Tue Nov 01, 2011 1:42 am
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I like the hands a lot, particularly the last one. I imagined the silver color was a deliberate choice by the artist; if not, the patina idea might be worth trying. Thanks for sharing.

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