Discussion in 'Show Your Collection' started by ribbon controller, Nov 1, 2013.
in so much contrast to the one displayed at hyperstoic. nice one!
that is nice, the pictures from the event didn't do it justice.
im still on the fence of 3-4 pours!... I want to say 3, but mymind is like? why stop at 3? it looks like 4! lol, but i think its 3.
i say 2 pours
clear w glitter pour
and blk/wht mix pour
i don't think we'll ever know but i think 2 pours as well. i think they were also very precise pours since it almost has that double pour look on them with crystal clear noses and extremities (fingers, toes, etc)
well maybe glitter mixed in the second pour... zero glitter is in the nose...
whatever it is.. its beautiful!!
Maybe I'm misunderstanding and Dennis might give some insight but I would've thought that the first clear hit would automatically fill all the extremities (no need for precision or tactical pouring) . . . Left for a few seconds the next pour would just line the inside of the cooling clear.
yeah but it looks like some of that glitter is real close to the surface at times almost like the area was "empty" for the second pour...know what i'm sayin...?
No . . . but hopefully I'll have more insight soon!
My guess is that he poured a thin layer of clear, popped the mold into the centrifuge, then did a marble hand pour with the two color vinyl and glitter swirl mixture.
^^^ yeah, i consider it a 3 pour as its technically 3 colors used for this piece... regardless of the process though, one amazing outcome.
Great pic, but is it really standing on a cereal bar?!
Nice shot Charlie!
Here is one I snapped a while back...
If only... but it was just an unexciting stone railing.
From last fall...
still hoping to score at least 1 evil
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