Steampunk Art--last minute rush

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Gary Max

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Had a chance to turn a couple of my Steampunk Art Watch blanks today.
It's very rare that these are not sold faster than I can make them.:wink:
These pics are heading to my web site
 

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Willee

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Great Job Gary.

For a while I was afraid we wouldn't get to see your take on this concept.
I like the hands on the face.

Nicely done ... not overdone ... glass like finish.
 
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Jim Smith

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They look great Gary. How do you bend the gears and other bits to fit the tube? Do you use heat and if so how do you keep it from discoloring the bits?

Jim Smith
 

bruce119

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Looks good. Just enough in there to look good keeps it a little easier to do.

Yours look good but I am a complicated guy and like em loaded.

But I still like yours.

NICE JOB :biggrin:

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PaulDoug

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Gary those really look nice. Judging from the first attempt you posted it sure didn't take you long to zero in on making them. Nice work.
 
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