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    Today made here such bouquet
    (will go to Finland as a gift to the person who helped me with delivery of mine рр256)
    tomorrow I will paint with a patina.









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    beautiful. What material thickness. I see roses made from copper due to the ductility, but this looks like sheet steel, and some aluminum? I would be curious how you formed and more details. Thank you for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSmith View Post
    beautiful. What material thickness. I see roses made from copper due to the ductility, but this looks like sheet steel, and some aluminum? I would be curious how you formed and more details. Thank you for sharing.
    roses from sheet metal in thickness 1,5 millimeter a stalk from a rod in diameter of the 10th millimeter
    there are many ways on manufacturing of roses
    on you tube there is a lot of video how to make a rose
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    Man O man, you have a wonderful ability to take metal and bring it to life!
    Very, Very nice!
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    That's what I call the art! The roses are great!

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    finished article









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    Once again, some gorgeous work, Donor.

    Extremely envious of your diverse talents!
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    NICE!! How much time do you have in making that?
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    Very nice as all your projects are. Do not think I have seen a bad one yet.

    Never in my lifetime would I think I'd be saying "looks the beatiful those roses are!"

    Might go youtube the rose making. If not hard, maybe make on for the wife as all shes seews are trucks, bikes, trailers, etc.

    Or might be easier to pay Donor to make it (smarter idea hahaha).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tacoma747 View Post
    NICE!! How much time do you have in making that?
    together with painting, everything took about 3 hours
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    Damn! If I could do work like that, the wife might not be so upset at me spending all my money on welding machines!I hope you won the favor of your lady friend.The only thing I might suggest is a spot for a nice candle or two in the middle. Women seem to love candles about as much as they love roses, and a simple pedestal in the center would be easy for someone of your skills. You'd be getting the mad lovin' all day long!

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    I've been doing flowers for a while now have a look at mine in the gallery ;-)
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    I just uploaded a pic of a double rose I made for my granddaughter on her 12th birthday ... have a look ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by donor76 View Post
    together with painting, everything took about 3 hours
    With painting, only 3 hours?!?!? You must be joking. That is absolutely fantastic! My hat is off to you. I have to look this up on youtube to see how it is done .... I was thinking days to make those.
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    take a look at the Vietnam vet tribute rose I made (in the gallery) it took about about 3 to 4 hours.
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    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	6526 Here are a few roses I did in the Vietnam colors behind it is a flute I made with the same colors.
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    That really is outstanding ... good job!
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    Winky you should do a video on do a rose it would be cool to see how you do it really like the black roses with the gold
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    Rod ... I wish I could take credit for the black one with gold ... it was done by JP2CODE I did all the others ... (go to the gallery to see them) they are pretty easy. I take 22 gage sheet metal cut two circles then slit them into the center about 3/4 of the way in ... lay the circles on top of each other drill a hole ... peen a piece of 1/8" round stock insert then weld the top and bottom ... bend the petals up and shape them ... cut out the leaves ... weld it all together ... bend to shape then paint ... clear coat and if I add gold high lights I add that on top of the clear coat so it will reflect the light. I just got a plasma unit so now I'm going to start cutting out the parts with it to give them that rough look ... Maybe I will make a video of that sometime.
    Last edited by Winky; 05-08-2012 at 05:40 AM. Reason: spelling
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    I think I may have goofed up when I posted the roses I made to this thread ... don't get my feeble attempt at making roses confused with the first one posted ... his bronze colored roses are much better than mine and his deserve to win ... I'm sorry I didn't mean to take any attention away from your beautiful project. I feel like such an idiot sometimes when I use a computer because I am so ignorant when it comes to protocal.
    Last edited by Winky; 05-11-2012 at 01:18 PM.
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