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    Some work from a self-taught artist

    HI Peeps, thought I would throw out some of my metal painted work at yeah.

    I wanted to do skunks, black bear and some oppossums... yet it had to tell a story. So it is dusk and out crawls a family of skunks from their log home and
    their slight fragrance sends the bear a packing and awakens the opposums.

    "A Stinker of a Scene"



    This one I just finished late last week. It is winter, of course, and the squirrels have invaded the Oliver farm tractor that is parked under a walnut tree looking for nuts in any possible creavous they could look or get into.

    "Looking for Nuts"


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    Not bad. Could use more depth and shadow and your perspectives are off. I do not get what the frame is about, are you (we) looking through a gun scope?



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    i think those are painted on saw blades?? thats why they have that shape, then they're photographed on a black background. I also think it could use a broader value range as well as more contrast. The second one especially looks flat.

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    They are saw blades

    They are sawblades, the kind used to cut masonary so why they dont have those aggressive teeth. The wholes are were they mount to the machinary.

    Please remember the pictures are done with a digital camera so some contrast and details are lost.

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    KKay

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