Rusty Vintage Metal Collection
Rusty Vintage Metal Collection
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      • Love the mood of this one and it all blends so well it doesn't even look like it was composited... it was, right. Nicely done.
      • Nicely Assembled, Hiddenwood. Love the gray and the low sat tones.
      • Ty, yeah Rob it was all built from scratch. I'll post the sources soon so you can get an idea of the process.
      • Looks like some abandoned, cursed objects in Bodie. Nice one.
      • Reminds me of leonardo da vinci's workshop, very innovative especially mechanical crow
      • Really, an amazing job. It could have been a still life photographed. All the perspectives, shadows, check. I really like this piece a lot
      • We could discuss if some shadow shoud be longer or shorter but in this case really small details. I have no words.
      • Grats, FW. Very Interesting and Inspirational. Keep'em Coming.
      • How much hours of work is that . OMG . impressive
      • Quite a nice, artful arrangement. Totally Bodie, just needed a gold pan and some dust covered placer gold to complete the "untouchable" ghost story for me. You'd never know it was a chop. Congrats on the gold. If you are not familiar with Bodie, Ca and the story, this probably sounds like gibberish. Treat yourself and Google it. It is one he11 of an amazing ghost story
      • Congrats on the Gold. Boy that'll teach me to go on and on about how good your entry is BEFORE the voting. What a dunce I am,
      • Congrats on the gold Funk
      • Thanks everyone. This one was a lot of fun..Armatien, not sure how long it took. More than a few hours I suppose. A lot of time spent on composition and color tweaking. Tim, I checked out Bodie. Cool looking ghost town. Robb,it's tough to say how much comments during voting affects voting. As a general rule I don't comment on entries until voting is completed. At Worth1000 they won't allow you to see comments until you've voted. Probably a good idea.
      • Agreed. Some people use comments as barbs and efforts to minimize where others are extremely helpful. It is always the bad apple that spoils the barrel so I steer away from the practice of critical comments, mostly, and prefer to give positive kudos. Then there is the rare case when someone has really blown it and I might say something if there is time to save it. It can be a touchy subject and I think you have adopted wise policy, albeit sad. I am sure everyone likes to hear your comments as much as I. You have many hard won gems of experience to give
      • Congrats on the gold, Funk. Stunning composition.
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