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Kurt K

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About Kurt K

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  • Birthday August 17

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    Hong Kong
  • Interests
    Austrian Stamps (1852 - 1919)
    Comparative Belief-systems
  1. Thank you. Still a lot to learn to get anywhere close to some of the fabolous works presented here, but will get there eventually.
  2. Have not been back here for a while, and enjoy all the diverse postings. While I kept busy over the years, I'm afraid my advance in skills has slowed down tremendously. So improvements are hard to come by. Last years Jade Adventure This years trail for Dragons (Australian Jade) Montana Agate Australian black oplal And the latest attempt getting some movement into Tiger Iron Thanks for looking, Kurt
  3. Great expression in the first one. Its my favorite of the set here.
  4. Great lines in superb material.
  5. Welcome to the forum. Lets see more.
  6. Nice imagination. Great to see your activity. People always say that they got no material to work with, yet seem to go blindly through their environment, as there are so many things out there that could be used to spur creativity.
  7. Looking good. Welcome to the forum. There are lots of interesting folks around here, who can guide you where you want to be. Just ask.
  8. Thank you, Fire Agate is a challenge, but its fun material to work with because of it.
  9. I started a new chapter on Fire Agates. I finally found a way and the confidence to look at Fire Agate as a stone, not only at the fire. So instead of just cutting out the fire, I want to include the non-fire areas into a composition. No-one really wants the chalcedony, yet I find the resulting colors and combinations quite attractive. While still far from the brilliant creations that are shown here on regular basis, I finally got something that I'm confident enough to declare a progress in catching up. Started out as a Gypsy woman with headscarf, but then somehow did not get the proportions right and the face somehow turned into a man (partially due to the uneven thickness of the material). Anyhow, after the sex-change, lets call him " Southern Magi" Mexican Fire Agate 30 x 20mm Outdoors in the shaddows on a sunny day. Indoors, regular room-light during the day. Thank you for looking, and if there are any recomendations in regards to how to improve in future work, I shall be very welcoming to any ideas. Best regards, Kurt
  10. Welcome to the forum. It looks like all you need right now, is getting started. Everything else will fall into place as you go along.
  11. No worries, we shall be glad to remind you to carve. If needed, every single day! :)
  12. Hi there, welcome to the forum. Hope everything heals quickly. And yes, we love to see peoples work.
  13. Kurt K

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    Hi there Margie. Welcome to the forum. Michael put you on the fast track. :) Now lets see who is going to get first right to work on his tools. :)
  14. Love this statement. Thanks for joining, I'm sure you have got a lot of experience, that will benefit quite a few of us. My personal favorite shown at your site is the "Golden beetle" .
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