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  1. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

    FOREVERFIFTHGRADE Fresh Meat

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    Hello to the Skullbrain Crew...

    I wanted to post up a few of my new stone pieces & see what your thoughts were.

    I just showed a bunch of these recently in boston & I think i am going to mess with more of them..

    I thought maybe some folks on here may be into them & others may have some constructive feedback.

    Thanks,
    MCA

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  2. Leecifer

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    Stone Work.
    Very interesting! Sand blasting?
     
  3. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

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    yes.

    - on stones i found at the beach & on thin slate pieces
     
  4. REdYOdA

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    Stone Work.
    They look really great...though it's hard to really get an idea of the actual pieces by these pics.
    Do you have any that show them not quite so close up?
     
  5. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

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    here is one.

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    Pretty sweet. A Bemon head would look great on one of these.
     
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    cool stuff, similar to what MCA has been doing, was he your inspiration?
     
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    I was going to say...it must be MCA because those were the pieces I saw FRiday night!

    We were at the opening 8)
     
  9. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

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    Hey,

    This is MCA.

    When i made up the Skullbrain account way back i had just started a blog called:
    Forever Fifth Grade & liked the name, so i just used that...

    Atease.
    what did you think of the show?

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    the first pic is great

    It would be cool to have a stone path with these in the yard that I don't have
     
  11. Slack

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    hey there MCA, not to hijack but remember these



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  12. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

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    Slack!
    What up!?

    Those are great to see...
    Glad you still have em.

    I'm still working on getting the WZRD Crew figures going....
    soon, soon

    http://www.wzrdcrew.com

    Hope all is well w/you

    what do you think of the new stone stuff?
     
  13. Rich

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    MCA, I just had a seizure from your site, that was intense :) !
     
  14. Slack

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    loving the stone work mca and the idea of wizard crew figures gets me very excited :!:
     
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    the show was cool. i enjoyed seeing your work, and the other artwork was pretty intense as well. very...er...sexual to say the least. :lol:
    it was also nice to see the way they have changed that gallery. we went to the first opening there and it was very different. the new setup allows a better appreciation of everything.
     
  16. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

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    SLACK,
    glad you dig em..
    I'm working on some new ones this week..
    -yea, the WZRD figures have been in kind of a holding zone for a bit,
    but i hope to get it kicked into gear soon...

    ATEASE,
    Yea, Gallery set-up is much better now..
    Magmo's work is wild,
    you can see more at:
    http://magmo.typepad.com/magmo_the_destroyer

    later.
    MCA
     
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    Cool stones.
     
  18. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

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    thanks NEFASTH
    working on some new ones now...
     
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    Congrats on the Show and those stones are awesome. I sandblast on glass, actually just the drawing and cutting on buttercut and then guide the blaster how I want it carved. Never thought to do it on stones though. Great concept.
     
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    So so fresh, MCA!!!
     
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    What do you use as a stencil? I imagine that it would have to be something sturdy.
     
  22. FOREVERFIFTHGRADE

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    Lamour,
    nice! i didn't know you sandblasted, any pics of stuff online?
    I never have done glass or plexi, i was gunna mess w/it actually - only stone & wood so far..

    thanks Future Man!

    Lucid Monkey, just rubber....
     

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