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watering can by noformdesign watering can by noformdesign
Stainless steel.


another piece i made learning how to weld. found it in the same place.


needs a little finishing around the joints, but it works. no leaks.
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Peter-The-Knotter Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2011  Student Artisan Crafter
Nice design but looks like you can only half-fill it? The latter is more a question than a criticism, I assure you. Also: could you pop the dimensions in your artists comments Please.
Peter.

btw: Just in case you are in any doubt: I love your work!
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
thanks. yes, it can only be half filled, but the handle also holds water. i'll see if i can find this piece to measure it...but i believe it stands about 12-15" tall.
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E-volve-E Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2008  Professional General Artist
AWE.SOME designs.
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URM Featured By Owner May 6, 2007   Traditional Artist
amazing!
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noformdesign Featured By Owner May 6, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
thank you!
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R-B Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2006   Digital Artist
cool profile to that can :D
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SailorLynx Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2006
Very angular. Nice job!
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LittleRedx Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
Very cool angles - I want to learn how to weld! The sparks look so much fun :D
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
until one big one lands on some place sensitive and burns into your skin...unless you like that kinda thing.

and always wear your hood. welders flash sucks. basically you're giving your eyes sunburn.
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Inanis-equus Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006
Stunning! You are amazing!
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
thanks! this was just practice with scrap.
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SanguineAthena Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Writer
>.> Wow. That is one striking piece. It must be a very cumbersome weapon to wield, however. Bad on the wrist joints.
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
well, when attacking house plants, one needs a sturdy weapon...wrist joints be damned!
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SLiCkDesigns Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
I bet I would still kill all of my house plants, even with a cool watering can like that!
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
i could always make some stainless steel plants for you...
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SLiCkDesigns Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006
LOL! I would probably still find a way to kill them! :clap:
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
how about i make some dead stainless steel plants, and you can work your way backwards...
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SLiCkDesigns Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006
That might work!
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Ellygator Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Wonderfully elegant and minimalist shape.
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
it's fun to make usefull things with pieces of scrap metal. this is left over material from a cafe rail job we did. i drove by the place the other day and they still have it out. i miss doing that kind of work.
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aheadOftime Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006   Traditional Artist
haha i totally agree with nonomie
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nonomie Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006  Student Artisan Crafter
i bet you'll be the coolest cat in the neighborhood with that thing!
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noformdesign Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
maybe not the coolest...but at least the top ten.
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