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"new" truck

Posted by nicethyme (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 30, 13 at 23:12

since I sold The Old Beater this fall
Old Beater

I thought I should try another truck, not sure how this will read after grouting but I'm thinking it will get some final touches with alcohol inks

wip


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I must admit that it was hard to find the truck, but I put on my glasses, looked more closely, and found it. Perspective is perfect. Looks like it's on a W. Virginia mountain road we once traveled to see the autumn leaves. Good job. W/be anxious to see it grouted.


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I still can't decide whether I like it or hate it, its like there are 2 different styles in this and I'm not sure they are going to mesh


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I think it's fabulous. What did you decide?
Kathy


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ooh thanks! I ended up being so pleased after grouting that I stopped there and didn't even add any inks

Virginia Artifacts

I had tried to set my grout lines up to make more tree trunks in the background and I was sure that was unsuccessful given the irregularity of tempered glass, but it actually worked pretty well afterall


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Yes! It really worked well! Love it.


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Oh YES!


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It turned out GREAT!


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thanks

it was a trick from wench years ago she had suggested using unbaked sculpy temporarily to block open the lines for grout


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Love it....Fall colors are so beautiful.


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