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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by PADDY, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. therizyflapper

    therizyflapper One of the Regulars

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    hay everyone, just wanted to share some of my fire arts :) this is me fire eating! :)
    I hope everyone likes it! :) [video=youtube_share;o9QxB-9p1JM]http://youtu.be/o9QxB-9p1JM[/video]
     
  2. MarkJohn

    MarkJohn One of the Regulars

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    That's very cool - or do I mean hot :D

    Great stuff... like your bendy work too :eusa_clap
     
  3. therizyflapper

    therizyflapper One of the Regulars

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    Aww thank you so much! :) I am truly flattered you enjoy my work! :) spread the word lol im available for hire! :)
     
  4. MarkJohn

    MarkJohn One of the Regulars

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    This is a piece of music I composed and recorded... its a slow, gentle piece called 'Mid Winter' played on Native American style flutes (a lowB a highB and an E ) with a backing of soundscapes created with cello, violin and flutes.

    You can download, if interested, a 320kbs MP3 file - 11.77mb... from Mediafire.... hope you like it.
    http://www.mediafire.com/?tjcwv1pirfxi367
     
  5. Dixon Cannon

    Dixon Cannon My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    We were having a discussion about MacArthur and the movie 'Inchon' in another thread at the time that the Tommy Lee Jones film 'EMPEROR!' was being released. I found this drawing of Douglas MacArthur that I'd done in High School years ago so I thought I put it up on the Lounge. -dixon cannon

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  6. Kahuna

    Kahuna One of the Regulars

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    I've just discovered this thread. Lots of talented people here! Here's a watercolor I did of an early Hawaiian steel guitar player.
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  7. howardeye

    howardeye Practically Family

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    Great painting! The colors are great! Love them guitars. I Have a National Lap Steel I fool around with tuned in open G like a Dobro. Do you play always with a steel laying flat?
     
  8. howardeye

    howardeye Practically Family

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    The art I am involved in is wearable art. I carve Fossil Woolly Mammoth Ivory tusk into large pendants. I also scrimshaw pictures in ivory also. This ivory was found buried in Siberia and said to be 10 - 40,000 years old. The colors are from absorbing the different minerals from where they are buried. This slab has some of the most beautiful colors I have seen. There are 7 different colored layers in this piece and even neon type sparkles on the front. Working with this material is no different than hardwood but must be done slow with hand tools not to overheat the material. The Argentium sterling silver bail is hand-fabricated by me also.

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  9. Kahuna

    Kahuna One of the Regulars

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    I play both on the lap and in standard position. Unlike most lap steel players I play in standard EADGBE tuning so I can switch to standard position quickly.
     
  10. howardeye

    howardeye Practically Family

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    Amazing. The resonator uke is awesome also! Thanks
     
  11. Avie

    Avie Banned

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    Hi friends .. My art is painting natural scenes.
     
  12. MarkJohn

    MarkJohn One of the Regulars

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    howardeye - Amazing!... what's it like to work with?

    Avie - Any to show?

    A small (5x5inch) acrylic, of a Dartmoor river.
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    This is a flute I made, at a workshop with Dartmoor flute maker and musician Nigel Shaw... its made of Oak, sourced locally , and plays in the key of G {pentatonic minor} the ends on the leather tie, are from reindeer antlers, that Nigel and his wife were given on a trip to Siberia.
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  13. howardeye

    howardeye Practically Family

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  14. esteban68

    esteban68 Call Me a Cab

    this I like a lot!
     
  15. MarkJohn

    MarkJohn One of the Regulars

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  16. Michaelshane

    Michaelshane One Too Many

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  17. DarrelMorris

    DarrelMorris Familiar Face

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    That's nice work Howard. As a scrimshander myself, I'd love to see some of your scrimshaw.
     
  18. DarrelMorris

    DarrelMorris Familiar Face

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    I haven't posted anything in awhile, so here is some recent work. These are stippled in pen and ink on paper.
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  19. DarrelMorris

    DarrelMorris Familiar Face

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    And some recent scrimshaw...
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  20. Very talented artwork Darrel. I like!
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