"Blue Crab"
#11
Hello once again everyone here is my latest piece "Blue Crab" This piece is a 7" x 7" Cherry hollow turned to about 3/16"" thick then hand drawn and carved away negative space. The coloring is hand pained alcohol inks and finished with satin lacquer.


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#12
You are truly a Marylander. Nicely done.
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#13
Another well done buddy
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#14
Thank you very much Arlin. Here are some more photos.


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#15
Truly stunning work!
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#16
That is a very cool looking piece. I'm curious how you came up with the idea for something like that.
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#17
Wow!!!!!!! !
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#18
Another winner Bruce!
Frank
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#19
Very nice and very well done.

My high school mascot was a red (school colors were red and white) "blue crab."

One of the pranks pulled by my school was to take a bushel of live blue crabs and release them into our rival school one weekend. The rival school was a 3-story wood building that still used radiators for heat. Reportedly, it was a cold weekend and the crabs crawled under the radiators to die. By Monday, it took them quite a while to figure out what was stinking and then find and remove the dead crabs.
Winkgrin The story of that prank has lasted long after our rival school was demolished.
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#20
Thank you everyone I'm working on several new pieces, so stay tuned for future post.
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