lots"o"gas

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About lots"o"gas

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    Indianapolis
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    metal, wood and pre 68' vdubbs
  1. lots"o"gas

    IMAG0427

    Thanks fellas..
  2. lots"o"gas

    IMAG0540

    Tree console table base with Walnut slab... I tried a new Patina tonight and it's the BOMB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It looks dead like bronze.. The metal chasing was a bear on this one but I'm happy with the end result.
  3. lots"o"gas

    IMAG0524

    Yeah.... but the tetanus would would make you forget your neck ache :rolleyes:
  4. lots"o"gas

    IMAG0427

    I love mixing materials, media, and styles
  5. lots"o"gas

    IMAG0481

    Lots of time in the base....It was fun but certainly lots of chasing...
  6. lots"o"gas

    IMAG0490

    Under construction....Still got a ways to go
  7. lots"o"gas

    IMAG0524

    Full scale cowboy hat... It's part of a table.. I love projects like this, keep up the nice work guys and gals!!
  8. We do the art in clay and send it to the foundry where molds are made..... It's a lost wax technique and is very labor intensive. I love forging but some projects have to be cast.... I'll try to find some pictures of it in clay. I wish bronze wasn't so expensive, I love it 's properties..If I can find some pics I'll post them... Take care
  9. Yeah Monster I'm running nat. gas and it works well for us......... No pass thru door, we still run the open end 2 burner Mankel for heating tips and such. I was nervous about cutting up a "Johnson" but man I'm glad I did. If anyone has any questions hit me up and I'll be glad to "try" and help...
  10. Made a colts fire pit with glass and stainless horseshoe tray...turned out pretty cool. Had a little help from my buddy Darren with the burner setup.
  11. lots"o"gas

    anvil roast

    That would make a killer shirt....
  12. Thanks for the nice words...It was one of the easier projects i've done but still one of my favorites.. Just goes to show that it doesn't have to over complicated to be cool. No worries Mrobb you can handle it for sure...The hardest part will be getting a sweet slab of wood...Good luck
  13. Yeah...lots of chasin but almost there..Thanks for the kind words everyone. I'll post it up after it's done.