Thursday, July 31, 2014

The lamp kick continues!


I am having so much fun making lamps! These are the new ones, 1:12 scale.


The first two I put a patina. I turned the brass on all three, and turned the shade on the first one from acrylic. The second shade was found in my stash, I had to carefully drill a hole in it. I painted the floral shade. And the base on it is hand carved cherry.


These two I made everything but the chimneys. Again, turned brass and acrylic, hand carved cherry base on the right. And they all are electrified.


12 comments:

  1. So adorable and to think they work! I never knew you could turn brass!

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  2. un gran trabajo

    besitos

    Mari

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  3. Beautiful work. Love the hand carved cherry base.

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  4. Absolutely stunning, they are little works of art, just beautiful.
    All the best and take care
    Vivian

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  5. You are on a roll! Love the patina ageing on the brass lamps. I can't quite get me head around how you can paint so finely on a curved surface. So talented and it looks awesome =0)

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  6. Wow, these are amazing!! I'm sure they were a lot of work to make but I'm sure when you see the finished result it's work every hour :D Looking forward to seeing more of them!!
    Regards,
    Jana

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  7. Hello Linda,
    You always blow me away with your skill! These are gorgeous and so well made. they look incredibly realistic and beautiful!
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  8. they are gorgeous Linda! I would love to watch you turn those shades. I can't believe how you had managed to turn the insides as nicely as you have the outside shape. You did a beautiful job painting the flowers on the shade.

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  9. I've been perusing your amazing blog tonight, and I'm in awe of your incredible talent!

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  10. I love them all, you are too clever!

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  11. Your lamps are great and I understand you love making them. Although the work is quite a bit, doing all the parts yourself! Very well done, I've said it before and I'll say it again: is there anything you can't do? Not only that, you do everything so very well!

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