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Old 01-13-2012, 06:31 AM   #11
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Thank you. My wife and daughter thought that both projects were very cool. I'll have to scan some of my gun "flash art" in and post it at some point. Don't worry mods. I'll only put the g rated stuff on.


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Does this count as art?!



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This is what I consider Gun Art. By the way that is 7 shots.

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Old 01-13-2012, 08:16 AM   #14
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Does this count as art?!
Ha. I do that kind of art, too.
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Nice woodworking Vikingdad. The only thing I've ever been able to whittle was a keychain sized surfboard, without the fin.

My art teacher got a culture shock here in Wisconsin, Someone had to explain to him that deer hunting season had started when half the class showed up in blaze orange and camo. He makes some ink blown things that are pretty cool. I'd like to figure out how he does it so that I can make one in the outline of a 1911.


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Nice gun too bad you violated gunfree schoolzone heh. Just a representation of a gun nowadays is eeeeeevil!!
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The gun never made it to the school, just the art sculpture that strangely resembled a gun depending on how you looked at it

I would definitely frame and hang paper shot targets on the walls of my man cave. When my kids are old enough, thier targets will take precedence over the art class projects on the fridge.

Shane takes normal pen ink and blows it out onto a canvas. Then he takes some household detergent/solvent type chemicals and sprays them on the ink causing it to break down allowing us to see the ink's actual color. I think that the proccess is cool, and that it's cool that most black inks are just other colors that are super concentrated. His stuff really starts getting interesting when he combines the ink with conventional art methods.

The mountian range is one of his combination art works. The 1911 is a photoshop job that I think would be pretty cool. I pulled both of these from his website Shane McAdams - Home .

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Just watched "Impossible Shots" on the Outdoor channel. Patrick Flannigan is a gun artist. So are all of the other regulars. regular artists.
Saw him. 1st time seeing something like that. Would love to go watch him shoot live. Hubby tells me that range isn't far from us.

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How about some military art? Check out RBPortraits. That's Robert Bates if you can't get results for rbportraits. He's a friend of mine from the Marine Corps, he's got a good bit of art on display at the Marine Corps museum, and I think the NRA may have some too.

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This is what my front door looks like. I like to put art from my kids on our front door, but I was thinking my zombie target art might make just the right statement to visitors!

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Sorry for the multiple pics, app kept saying it crashed. 1st pic went through though.

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