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Got the fourth egg carved, did a little other carving and electric etching

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  • Got the fourth egg carved, did a little other carving and electric etching

    Trying to incorporate a little carving with some electric etching into one piece, Used an oil burner transformer on this one. Got all the burners I need just need to improve on my technic
    Any C&C welcome
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    . . .JoeB

  • #2
    Way to go there Sparky. I mean Joe. That stuff looks very interesting.

    If I took the time to fix all my mistakes, I wouldn,t have time to make new ones.


    • #3
      It sure generates a nice pattern on the wood. It would be a great accent to a wood burning based on a thunderstorm around a rural building, etc. Even a stormy burn around the steeple of a church. The entire patterns generate so many ideas for my mind. I really like your burnings and can see a definite place in the "art" world, down the road.

      Keep posting them, Joe. Nice to view.
      Living among knives and fire.


      • #4
        Very interesting looking project...looks great!
        Keep On Carvin'
        Bob K.

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        • #5
          Hi Joe , looks like you are getting control of Electric Etching . Unique and a Conversation starter . Merle


          • #6
            I can sense a feeling of electricity in the air. That's a pretty high voltage looking piece JP. Sorry, didn't have any 'resistance' to quipping a pun here. Nice job.



            • #7
              Tom~Thank You, It is, trying to figure out how to make flow the way I want
              Bill~Thank You, Iknow, I'm really intrigued by the way it burns and the patterns ????
              BobK~Thank You
              Merle~Thank You
              Tinwood~Thank You, not enough to make my hair fly (of coarse, not much there)
              . . .JoeB