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Damselflies 3-30-06

I originally made 4 damselflies and a nice fish with dichro fins, but only these two survived the kiln. Ah well. next time I'll remember not to put them too close to the elements.
Added by ZenArt Glass on 3/30/2006 6:45:55 PM
Damselflies 3-30-06
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Spirograph!

Remember those things? I hardly make these very often, but here is one that came out real swell. Thanks for looking!
Added by EyeCandyArts on 3/30/2006 2:37:01 PM
Spirograph!
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" It's all about perspective "

the cherries are made on the torch, and the bowl was made in the hot shop.
Added by Nic on 3/29/2006 6:41:34 PM
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~Class in Bend ~

Heres a bunch of pics from a class i gave in Bend,Oregon last week...tons of fun! Everyone had an awesome time-and I'd like to thank the guys that attended-you were the best group to work with!Thanks to Carsten Carlile for hosting the class and putting so much effort into making things come togither. _Peace Ya'll-can't wait to get back up sometime.
Added by Sean Stirling Smiley on 3/29/2006 3:42:02 PM
~Class in Bend ~
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SEXY MARBLE HOLDER

This is my first of hopefully a series of women marble holders. I took a one day workshop with Bill Rasmussen, And it has opened up a whole new chapter of creativity for me. Bill’s teaching again in July at Momka’s Glass. It's just over 3" tall. It's holding the first marble I made on my NEW GTT! Finally got here! And it's so nice!
Added by Sabina on 3/29/2006 11:31:51 AM
SEXY MARBLE HOLDER
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conquistador

Vodka Brazier accompanied by ShakerDildo Chaperone
Added by Matthew Eskuche on 3/28/2006 10:13:43 PM
conquistador
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Spring Time Marble

Change!!!!
Added by Travis Weber on 3/28/2006 9:27:51 PM
Spring Time Marble
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SmackElroy

Chris McElroy Teapot... Remixed by Pakoh (yes i broke it on purpose)
Added by Pakoh on 3/28/2006 8:42:22 PM
SmackElroy
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I killed The Wall

bloody murda...
Added by Pakoh on 3/28/2006 8:37:28 PM
I killed The Wall
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~ Glass Fashion #2~

This another design that we collaboratedd on.When she walks down the run way the coolest klinking sounds are made.Besides being pleasing to look at, it's pleasing to hear....thanks for looking....nate
Added by Nathan Purcell on 3/28/2006 12:54:11 PM
~ Glass  Fashion #2~
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DeVito Fly

Sorry only one pic. I actually dont really post anything on here that much. Always making pipes. Made this one for someone special. It was nice to make something other than a pipe, even if its alittle butterfly. I like this little guy.
Added by DeVito on 3/28/2006 11:15:53 AM
DeVito Fly
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some newer marbles

Added by Natey on 3/27/2006 10:41:48 PM
some newer marbles
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Graal class 2006

Thanks to Maestro Mickelsen I think I can now do what I have always wanted. This is a big thing for me to take advantage of.
Added by Rex Trimm on 3/27/2006 8:11:08 PM
Graal class 2006
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CHECK!!

A checker board patterns that I used to do on my bottle stoppers. I have missed making them so I am doing a few marbles with this design.3/26/06
Added by Travis Weber on 3/26/2006 11:50:24 PM
CHECK!!
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a favorite space pendant

i made this one in august 05, and i just love the way it came out. there's so much random chance things that happen with this style.. seems like 1/100 really grab me like this one.
Added by Zlao on 3/26/2006 10:10:31 PM
a favorite space pendant
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An elegant evening in Cape Cod

This piece represents the struggle for the advancement of the ambidextrous in the upper social class nightlife.
Added by Adam Grafuis on 3/24/2006 10:07:18 AM
An elegant evening in Cape Cod
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Damselflies

Added by ZenArt Glass on 3/22/2006 6:29:08 PM
Damselflies
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Ribbon Marble

Just playin .......
Added by Harry Kravet on 3/22/2006 9:28:36 AM
Ribbon Marble
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marble sets

It has taken me a while to get back on track after a big move and I have been absent from the boards, but I'm finally situated so I thought I'd post some pics of some new work. I have taken my marble making in a new direction. I wanted to do something totally different than what is happening in the boro world of marbles, so this is what happened. I have been making tons of little marbles (peewee to about 1") with boro style designs. basically taking all of the techniques that would be used in one big marble and splitting them up into a bunch of small ones. I like these because they resemble antique marbles, but look totally different. From vortexes to simple stripes, dot work, and mushroom marbles, they cover the vastness of the marble world but in very small packages. Now although they are cute, they may not be very impressive by themselves so I am taking them and grouping them into sets which sit in some kind of vessel, essentially forming a living sculpture. So far thy have been dishes, b
Added by Devin Somerville on 3/20/2006 9:14:04 AM
marble sets
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Angler fish sculpture

I have always thought this fish was super evil and decided to make one. overall i'm pretty happy with the way it turned out. Aurora and Rust powder mixed with NS yellow for teeth etc. 9.5 inches tall and 10 inches long with the stand.
Added by Adam Grafuis on 3/19/2006 9:59:21 AM
Angler fish sculpture
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