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Old 12-06-2008, 08:16 PM
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A Study on Man-Made Elements

These study threads are designed to have members show close up crops of a small areas of a work on a specific topic to show in detail how you work. They are designed to help members learn a variety of ways that you can achieve effects on a topic. Please post images that show good detail of your scratch work. Please tell us a little bit of how you achieved the affects in your image and what tools you used. Also when applicable please indicate the species of animal depicted. It may alse be useful to indicate the size of the original piece and roughly the size of the croped area.

Share in this thread close ups on MAN-MADE ELEMENTS.... clothing, fabric, plastic, and anything else that fits. Metal has its own thread at: http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=534112
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Re: A Study on Man-Made Elements

Since others may be hesitant to post I will get these started.... I do not consider myself to be an expert on man made objects, but here is a piece I did with leather and metal studs on a draft horse's bridle. I did all of the bridle with an #11 xacto. depending on the texture parts were hatched, crosshatched and stippled




Here is a small piece of a pillow that I did that a puppy was laying on (you can also see my signature) I used hatching mostly with a little bit of stippling in the darkest areas.

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Re: A Study on Man-Made Elements

This is called fix it and Save! 11" x 14"

A simple study on light and learning Scratching.



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From "Baptisim"

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Re: A Study on Man-Made Elements

Here are some Guitars and Players at this thread:

http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=500143
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GLASS Crystal and silver 5X7...this is an older piece from a few years ago.


I used an xacto #11 for the whole thing.




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GLASS Reflections 11X14 ...a piece I did a couple of years ago from a wonderful photo in the ril by Teanne. The glass is reflected in a mirror with blinds for a background. I used an xacto #11







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Roping Horse done on a 11 X 14 Ampersand blackboard, using an x-acto #11.





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A bit more from the shire, which was in the very first post







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