|Mark Sutton||04/06/2013 10:57:03|
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My aplogies, it has been such a long time since i posted anything on here!!, so ithought i would post a few of my latest works, all made from Sycamore of various sizes, all using Jo Sonja Irridescent paints of varying colours. My favourite is the top one!!
C&C Welcome, and thank you for looking
|Derek Lane||04/06/2013 16:48:49|
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No apologies needed Mark.
All very well turned and finished. Sorry to say this but I think Number 3 and 4 are the best.
I have never used "Jo Sonja" produces how do you find them to use if you make another one with this technic maybe you could do a WIP
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Lovely work Mark, must say that I prefer 3 ,4 & 5 myself..I think the green finish is very good. Congrats .
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Like them all Mark, the last 3 inparticular.
|Mark Sutton||07/06/2013 07:42:54|
193 forum posts
Thank you for your kind comments Gents.
The paints are very easy to use, however it is advisable to use them in moderation as you tend to get more colour from them as in pictures 1-3.
I did take photo`s of a couple of the stages, will try and dig them out, and create something
|Bruce Rauncar||14/06/2013 20:59:12|
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Wow! They all look amazing and very attractive. The colors, interesting figures and finish are just stunning. LIke most the 2nd one, very bold and striking.
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