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    Default Sculpt Nouveau

    For anyone thinking about trying it, get some, its awesome! Welder is Iron & Bronze & 34 in/2x 1/2 in layers., FD is Bronze & 22in. in 1/2 , both MDF.


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    Neville,

    Thanks for sharing! I am hoping for a job that I can try this stuff on. They look incredible!!

    Mike

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    Neville,
    I may be a bit dence but you say "its awesome" and we should get some. Get some what?

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    he's talking about "Scupt Nouveau" its a surface finish.

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    Thanks Jack it really looks great where can this be purchased?

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    Neville
    Those are fantastic. Real nice work. Thanks for showing.
    Bill
    http://www.sculptnouveau.com/
    Is where I bought mine. But there are several companies that provide this product.

    Butch

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    Awesome work Neville, looks great!

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    Very Nice Neville!

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    Neville,

    Excellent stuff. I'm proud of you.

    Let me add a bit more about the product Sculpt Nouveau. It's a water based metal coating wich comes in Copper, Bronze, Peuter, Silver, ect. and dries extremely hard. It's made for exterior use and will stick to just about everyting and perminent. It can be brushed on as a finish or misted with one of their acids, patinas. That starts the ageing process.

    If you aren't satisfied with the affect, no problem, just coat it again with another patina. It should be noted: This is a dynamic process which can take a couple of days to mature.

    For those of you who have a need for metal letters or plaques this is a good alternative. I'd suggest several trial runs to get the hang of the process.

    At my workshop, Neville took to Sculpt Nouveau like a duck to water. Good work.

    Joe

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    Stewart... No doubt u did a great work on those signs... I really like the artistic touch u did on the master pieces


    I am amazed how the MDF can turn into Iron and Bronze;)

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