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Post pictures of stuff you made.

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by gonzerd, May 26, 2011.

  1. gonzerd

    gonzerd Stranger V.I.P Member

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    The title says it all really. If you made something, post a picture, video, link or what have you and share the creativity.

    Here are a few boxes I put together earlier. Each one contains a different piece of scented soap, for when I need to smell a nice smell. I call them sniffing boxes.

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    photoaddict Well-Known Member

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    Those are awesome! I'll have to find some things I've made and take pictures later. :)
     
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  3. JCPHN

    JCPHN Well-Known Member

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    This is a collage I made a few years ago with transparent plastic, some enlarged cut-outs of limestone from a photography book, and a Xerox machine. I do collages like this constantly, but this one's always going to be my favorite work. I've never achieved this level of abstraction since, but hope to.

    I'm happy to share more art with people who are not bothered by nudity or "controversial" content.
     

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    JCPHN Well-Known Member

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    More collages & one more overlay. Sorry if these are dark or disturbing to anyone, but I tend to get things off my chest by making them. vortex.png m8bk3.jpg m8bk5.jpg vortex.png . :) m8bk3.jpg m8bk5.jpg
     
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  5. Ellylldan

    Ellylldan Well-Known Member

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    I love the spiral one!! I feel overwhelmed today and it makes my eyes (and my mind) rest looking at it. Thank you for sharing :)
     
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    JCPHN Well-Known Member

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    My pleasure! I've always thought there was a certain anxiety and despair to my collages, but people like yourself seem to extract some positivity, and in the case of a friend, even some humor. I'm really glad people can get something other than what I put into them.
     
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  7. guitarguy

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    I've made too many things....

    This is my book, a whimsical love tale, blocked my name
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    My Guitars and other instruments...but there is more I have made lol

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    tree Blue/Green Staff Member V.I.P Member

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    One of 4 dozen that I have given away, so far.
     
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    qwerty Sight seeing on the planet of the apes

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    I really like your work, the techniques really work well. I was wondering if you use an image transfer process to create them from the Xeroxed image, like place image where desired, press and kinda burnish the image with a solvent to transfer it or if you use layers of transparent plastic to create them kinda photoshop style?
    The aesthetic quality of your spirals is incredible!
     
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  10. Aspergirl4hire

    Aspergirl4hire Mage, Sage, Revolutionary

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    I LOVE boxes. I'm a very bad bookbinder, myself. This is a paper wrapped box with wax painted plates for pages.

    I also made the pond, too. Now four of my neighbors also have ponds.
     

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  11. Tia Maria

    Tia Maria "Be the change you wish to see in the world"

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    Very nice box & plates! Your pond looks very pretty too. (And way to go because that must have been a lot of work to build!) Do you find it takes a lot of time & effort to maintain? (Thanks for answering if you see this!)
     
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  12. Aspergirl4hire

    Aspergirl4hire Mage, Sage, Revolutionary

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    Just saw this!

    The bigger a pond is, the more it takes care of itself. This one's about 1200 gallons (10 x 13' and variable depth, since it was hand-dug). My spouse meddles with the pump once every six weeks or so, and it needs water in hot weather. Other than that...like every garden I've ever had, it's a work in progress. And a place I pray in, or just rest.
     
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