I reorganized my art work pages. So now I have different categories and projects.
Here are some quick links to them. You can get there in the header drop down menu too.
Here he is….done, I think. Of course I made him a cement stand. It was fun. I’ll have to try doing something better next time. Perhaps use an armature(skeleton). I didn’t make one, so he was a bit fragile. I just got goofing around and ended up with him.
Last fall I built a work bench for this garage. The garage is pretty big but I didn’t have the room for anything big. It’ll work.
Now I need to figure out some legs for the 2ft. x2ft., 1/4 inch thick steel plate I got. This will be my welding/brazing table.
Just to let you know the Raccoon skull is still being worked on. What I want to do next might get complicated and I need to get some time in with my torch. But this guy satisfied a creative urge I had.
Well I got an itch to work on this raccoon skull I’d found years ago at a job site. It needed some dental work, so I got that done for the most part. Not sure what will happen next…..
I bent up some music wire and mixed up some concrete. Tada…… a little torch holder. Now I just need to keep working with it. It’s a little intimidating learning on my own but I’ll get it. Right now I’m mainly playing with adjusting the flames correctly. It’s been pretty cold in my garage so I’m not progressing very quickly.
Hey….Any jewelers or gas welders out there I’d love to hear from you if your familiar with this torch!!! This is the Meco Midget Torch available on https://www.tinmantech.com/ A very versatile torch from everything I have read. Popular with aircraft builders and jewelry makers. Flame can go from real small (#00 tip for jewelry) to pretty big (#7). I unfortunately don’t know what these flame sizes actually are. I’ve mainly played with #0 tip. The cone on it is about a centimeter. The cone is the part of the flame you work with near the tip.