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    nomad.... personal opinion only of course... but my favs are the dichro earrings and the circle pendants with the swirls.

    Im not sure the pendants do it for me personally - my ocd gets in the way sometimes and i like symmetry. prob why i love your W/R .... always so clean.


    Id love to make a couple of those earrings for the female cousins. any chance you could post up a quick how to? Im sure i could figure it out but... why reinvent the wheel lol.

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    I took a metal smithing class. I just soldier a jump ring. I make it from wire.

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    Default Re: Fresh out of the kiln

    Hey guys, I'm thinking this post is best left to sharing pictures of what's fresh out of the kiln, not fresh off the top of the mind. (Just my .00003BTC)

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    He has his own thread specifically for shit like this
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    You just don't get it
    get heady

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    An insanely large recycler made out of 75x5. Next to a more modest 44mm dewar recycler. The 75 mil piece has a sherlock for a perc, it is done with some linework that was sleved in lucy.

    Edit: I dont know why the pic is sideways, if you click the image its link shows the photo normaly.

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    thats cool, i dont think ive ever seen a piece in a piece before. very neat.

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    Fresh out of the kiln/cold working station...


    Nah, nah. See, I meant to do that.

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    6" tube i just finished.



    you will shank me later

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    I like the idea of burning water. Sounds mystical even tho I understand it completely.

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    Daaaamn hmk


    Nah, nah. See, I meant to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hashmasta-kut View Post
    6" tube i just finished.



    That's one sexy booty

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    The wigwaggery is cranked up to 11 on that. 👏🏼👏🏼

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    The critters are for neices and nephews. Got some gold and made a few pendys, no good color on implosions but it's a start, not sure about striking the gold. They do look a little better in person, got to read some how-to-photo threads too!
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    Believe it or not it was all fresh out of the kiln.

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    I'm not working this week. So no more stuff until August. Vacation time!

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    I posted so much because I had to sell $1500-$2000 wholesale. Pay my bills and go away for a week to a lake house.

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    believe it or not, you just made three more non picture posts, and thats what people gave you heck for, in case you missed that..

    you will shank me later

    Quote Originally Posted by FifDeez View Post
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    First time I've taken something out of the kiln for about 2 years, feels good. Humbling, but good.
    "Destruction leads to a very rough road, but it also breeds creation."

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