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Very nice!!

Very cool! I am not a traditional skull guy, but I like the work. I am trying to figure out where to incorporate one in a 67 firebird....
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Right in the back window with the eyes lit up or hooked to turn/brake lights.
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Sick metalwork!

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Old 09-30-2007, 05:29 PM
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Thanks for all the kind words guys.
This is part of a large sculptural piece. It is a business card holder.
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I'm not much up for skull & cross bones type of stuff but I will say you have a great talent there & I can appreciate how much time & effort has gone into your work.

The bench is too nice for the General pubic IMHO

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Thanks again guys. I have been working with metal for over 30 years now, so it has not all been skull and crossbones kind of stuff. But with the increase in interest in skulls and hotrods, ( two of my favorite subjects), I was more than happy to bring my iron art that direction.
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Great work BoneHeadCustomz!! I really like the work you do. Mys son has taken welding up and almost done at the local college and he likes to do creative projects on the side. I'll have to show him your work!! Excellent!!


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That is some good looking work!! Unfortunately not everyone is into macabre art. Pass me your web site, I'd like to get more information and even make a purchase.
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As far as websites go, I actually have two, the first one is my furniture and un-hotrod art,
http://www.*******.com
The second is my hotrod art site, however it is under re construction and the art work page is pulled right now....
http://www.***********.com

As far as making something, I do mostly custom one of a kind pieces anyway, All I need to start is you telling me what you have in mind.

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Old 10-03-2007, 08:51 AM
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Sounds good, my next project will definitely involve some of your work!!
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Here are some seats I did. They have cushions for actually driving.
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Old 10-25-2007, 09:22 AM
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Seats

Those seats are the bomb!! I also like that transmission tunnel, very creative. What are the seats made with? Do the cushions snap into place? I may be making a trip up that way, if so I plan on stopping in, I have got to see your work in person.
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It is nice to know I have a fan, Thanks. Sure, let me know when you are comming. The frame is 1/2 round bar and the center is 1/4 inch. Seat covers from those highback plastic seats fit them, but just a square thick pad for the bottom works pretty well. They are kind of like bomber seats
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