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  • tom37
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    Wow man, another great project for an even better cause.

    Really nice work, clean and simply yet its still got style.

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  • nocheepgas
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    Originally posted by cat View Post
    nocheepgas - my dog sculpture went for $650 for the Humane Society! When is your event for the table/bench set? Hope it brings in lots of $$. cat
    The drawing is May 7th.

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  • cat
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    humane society auction

    nocheepgas - my dog sculpture went for $650 for the Humane Society! When is your event for the table/bench set? Hope it brings in lots of $$. cat

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  • nocheepgas
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    Tickets?

    Originally posted by cat View Post
    Nocheepgas - I am in Scottsdale. Haven't been down your way in many years. Used to love to go to Bisbee and stop in Tombstone cuz there was a candy store with the best black licorice.
    Want to but some tickets to win this table set? I'll deliver to Scottsdale.

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  • cat
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    Nocheepgas

    Nocheepgas - I am in Scottsdale. Haven't been down your way in many years. Used to love to go to Bisbee and stop in Tombstone cuz there was a candy store with the best black licorice.

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  • strube1369
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    Absolutely beautiful work! And a good cause.

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  • nocheepgas
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    Originally posted by cat View Post
    Looks great. It's great when we can make something to help out a worthy cause. I just finished decorating a metal dog to be auctioned off at the AZ Humane Society. An artist designed a 3-D metal dog and they had 24 of them stamped out. These were given to 24 artists to decorate however they wanted. I'm looking forward to attending the event to see them all. Attached is a pic of what the plain sculpture looked like with my paper ideas and my finished dog.[ATTACH]26857[/ATTACH][ATTACH]26858[/ATTACH][ATTACH]26857[/ATTACH][ATTACH]26858[/ATTACH]
    Cat, some irony there you know!
    Where in AZ are you? I'm in Hereford, that's by Sierra Vista, Tombstone...

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  • cat
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    Looks great. It's great when we can make something to help out a worthy cause. I just finished decorating a metal dog to be auctioned off at the AZ Humane Society. An artist designed a 3-D metal dog and they had 24 of them stamped out. These were given to 24 artists to decorate however they wanted. I'm looking forward to attending the event to see them all. Attached is a pic of what the plain sculpture looked like with my paper ideas and my finished dog.Click image for larger version

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  • jontheturboguy
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    Simple yet elegant and beautiful. Wonderful work.

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  • VTHokie
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    You did a great job on the table and benches! It'll make a nice raffle for a really good event.

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  • slow50
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    wow that turned out nice. i bet youll make a pretty penny off it too.

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  • nocheepgas
    started a topic Relay For Life Project

    Relay For Life Project

    Last year we built a Bar-B-Que /Smoker to raffle off for the March of Dimes and raised nearly $6,000. This year we went much simpler and I built a picnic bench to raffle off. I think it is a clean and simple design. The proceeds are going to the American Cancer Society through their Relay For Life campaign: a 24 hour walk with donations made for laps, hours walked, or through other means. It's another good fundraiser, as I'm sure we all know of someone who has been afflicted with cancer.

    Working on the table frame:


    The completed frame. benches still awaiting the rolled braces:



    Finished Joints:



    Finished in Copper Vein powder coating with upholstered seats. The table top is inset with Trex decking material:

    Last edited by nocheepgas; 04-10-2011, 11:57 AM.
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