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T.G.III

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I like it,

cannot wait to build the confidence to start cutting designs in gunmetal.
 

dcurrie911

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Thanks TG and John.

John, you may have noticed the design changes. I must admit the design is not my favorite but after countless hours of design which I shared here, I transferred it to metal and I found that my design was not cut able. It was simply too small on metal. In the space that I now have 6 scrolls I used to have 22. The design looked great on Procreate but what I can do with a computer screen under zoom is far more than on metal. Lesson learned. ☺️
 

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Thanks. I always find it interesting to see bulino work with some context. Here is a picture with a head hair in the shot, and then just a close up pic. (What appears to be a scratch from the nostril is just a piece of lint).

Previously I progressed by nearly completing the eyes, then nearly completing the nose, then the ear and so on. This time I am moving around more, stopping at 60-80% and then moving on to another feature. I hope this provides a more well rounded finished image. i Am curious about the approach others of you take.

Dan
 

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dcurrie911

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Thanks Cropduster and Papart1. Posting my pictures shortly before Brian posted his is like a High School cover band opening for the Eagles. But it is work like his that keeps all of amazed and eager to do better.

Dan
 

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Dan,after seeing your 94 Winchester I believe all you need is the right client that wants something like Brian's amazing work.
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Thanks. I always find it interesting to see bulino work with some context. Here is a picture with a head hair in the shot, and then just a close up pic. (What appears to be a scratch from the nostril is just a piece of lint).

Previously I progressed by nearly completing the eyes, then nearly completing the nose, then the ear and so on. This time I am moving around more, stopping at 60-80% and then moving on to another feature. I hope this provides a more well rounded finished image. i Am curious about the approach others of you take.

Dan
looks like that critter is thinkin about something ! lookin good to my eyes.
 

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