kustomsteel

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  1. Beautifully done! You really captured the essence of the Mantis.
  2. I agree with all of the above, but in cases where all else fails I find tig welding with silicon bronze filler rod holds up.
  3. Wow man! First attempt at metalwork/sculpture/welding?!?! You are coming out of the gates hard! The fenders are just great, form, proportion and detail all present. Well Done!
  4. I really dig your work, especially #'s 1,3,5 and 9. Do you have a website?
  5. Very slick, that beak was so smooth and clean! You are a true craftsman!
  6. The bar has been raised 100 fold!!! A true exercise in surface textures relating to the scale of the piece, and once again graceful lines from every angle. You've made tons of metal look light as a feather!
  7. Nice work! Lovin' those moth wings.
  8. Nice work Teeny, and I am right with you on the tig welder. I love mine, its a great machine.
  9. I really like these, especially the Loon. I think the pose, half in the water, and the perspective make it a visually interesting piece.
  10. Good work Kent, looks pretty clean. I like the fish, working in three dimensions is a whole different ballgame, isn't it?. No need to apologize for using a jigsaw- I agree with DSW. I use an angle grinder for just about everything, many times if I'm doing a straight cut in sheet metal I'll opt for a grinder over the plasma cutter. Thanks for posting and keep at it!