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  • Bald Eagle

    Just finished this Eagle.. 16 ga plate steel and a little re-bar
    Jim
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  • #2
    hey Jim very nice work. What gave you the want to make thoughs in the first place?

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    • #3
      Just wanted to make one more bird, and had this piece of plate, so I just "cut him out .. one feather at a time .. and stuck him together" ..
      Jim
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      • #4
        very nice, must of took alot of time? are they all sperate little pieces? I think I would be interested in doing something like that down the road, but I would have no clue where to start, any tips?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hit_em View Post
          very nice, must of took alot of time? are they all sperate little pieces? I think I would be interested in doing something like that down the road, but I would have no clue where to start, any tips?
          all individual except main part of body...
          Jim
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          • #6
            With all that beautiful welding, it almost seems a shame to put paint on him. Nice Job, Paul

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            • #7
              Originally posted by paulrbrown View Post
              With all that beautiful welding, it almost seems a shame to put paint on him. Nice Job, Paul
              Thanks... I agree, but my wife does not share my love of welding, so it was an issue of paint or rust ... and I figured paint was better than "trash in 6 months" ..
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