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XenoRabbit by AKuznetsov XenoRabbit by AKuznetsov
There was a commission for a rabbit-shaped pendant mj pipe. I like such kind of commissions when there is no annoying specific instructions so I can do what I feel and see.
So it is a xenomorph-like rabbit.
the customer rejected it for "it's evil", lol
Mammoth tusk, sterling silver cord, burnt oak bowl. L37 mm.
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kevho8461 Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Lol @ "it's evil"
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:iconshinobiownzor:
wow, the customer rejected it?? lmao
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:iconastridbruning:
This beautiful amazing piece arrived today, and I am very happy with the wonderful artistic design, skill and finish. Even better than the photograph. thankyou Alex
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AKuznetsov Aug 2, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
great, glad you like it, hope the recepient will like it too.
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:iconastridbruning:
I am sure he will love it too, its so amazing I might keep it for a while to inspire my own cow bone carving, I have a long way to go, just read your info using the translator and I found that helpful. I am taking your piece to the Lapidary Club (silversmithing etc) to show them what can be achieved with lots of practice. Still working out how you drilled those small holes where the silver goes thru without drilling into anything else.
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:iconfallen-angel117:
out of curiosity what do you use to carve with
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AKuznetsov Jun 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
the info about the tools is on my profile page
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:iconfallen-angel117:
do you use a lot of of carbide burs or high speed bits
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AKuznetsov Jun 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I use regular dentist steel burrs
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:iconfallen-angel117:
cool i prefer carbide my self but they can get kind of pricey and they break easily but they work great
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