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  • paulrbrown
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    And one more: PS, Thanks for the comments, everyone around here thinks I'm nuts, BTW, I started welding in artschool 33 years ago and thought I would never get the hang of looking through that darn dark helmet, went to oxyfuel for many years because of that, then one day I saw the light so to speak...got an autodarkening helmet. Paul
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    Another:
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  • paulrbrown
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    Here are some more with closeups, I think I should just Photograph and make Giant Prints....and these have not been computer manipulated!!!!! Paul
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  • tackit
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    Nice work PRB

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  • Wheels
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    All I can say is.......WOW!!!!!!!

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  • paulrbrown
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    Using Tig as Decorative Process

    Thought I would let you see some of my Decorative uses of Tig. I do join materials also, but this is for my artwork. These took about 30 seconds per line of dots, and are not enhanced anyway, they actually look better in real life, colors are very irridescent, up close at 4x magnification they look really wild, will post another pic with closeup....Thanks for looking, Paul
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