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Discussion in 'Habitat and Exhibit' started by mvernelson, Nov 26, 2012.
WOW! Absolutely amazing! Great job... I love the small details on the tree.....
What a Talent, that is most definitley a great job....
Polygem epoxy what kind
looks great would love to try it out
WOW. THAT IS AMAZING.
awesome awesome awesome....really unbelievable
Wow, thank you! Hey Bill gonna be sending you some pics shortly. Better late than never I always say.
If not a dvd maybe at least a tutorial!!! Great work, amazing stuff
Man that is outstanding, very impressive....
Most of us wish we were half as talented. Outstanding work. Looks incredibly life like. I would love a DVD on something like that.
Mike, I was just wondering....Did you do the Groto at the Playboy Mansion?
Thanks a bunch guys! Playboy mansion....... I never get to go anywhere fun!
Mike, awesome as usual! Hope all is well with the family, maybe get you down here for some Striper fishing!
You never stop amazing me with everything you have gotten involved in. You have been blessed with an awesome talent and the drive to keep pushing forward. It's guys like you that I wish I lived closer to that could keep pushing me forward as well. I wish you all the best this next upcoming year and always look forward to seeing you new works!
Yes Charlie, I need to break my virginity of holding a live striper. Thanks Jeff good to see your face!
You are something, lol. I love looking at all your projects. I wish we wouldve gotten together before I moved out of NY. Hope you keep posting pics, stay in touch.
was wondering do you use a mortor like doing a stucco house on the bigger tree's or stay with the polygem? thanks awesome stuff mike.
They are hard coated with concrete with epoxy as the finish coat. I used over 400 gallons on that project. Concrete does not produce a realistic finish for wood because of it being so porous but you see it used alot none the less because its much cheaper.
Mike, Where can you get this material? I take it you made impressions with a mold of a tree? Great detail in that tree!!