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Michael Gilligan18/01/2021 20:15:03
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Large sculpture of a Lion :



Nicholas Farr18/01/2021 22:41:56
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Hi MichaelG, not my kinda thing, but it is amazing what some people can do.

Regards Nick.

Martin W18/01/2021 23:36:36
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That is absolutely brilliant, the way that the plates are formed and laid out look like the muscles of the real beast; then there's the head which takes it to another level.

Thanks for sharing it.


Steviegtr19/01/2021 02:26:48
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Posted by Michael Gilligan on 18/01/2021 20:15:03:

Large sculpture of a Lion :



Page not working for me. But i am uploading youtube vids , so computer running slow. Will try tomorrow once P.C is free.


ega19/01/2021 11:38:18
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Thanks for the link to this amazing work of art.

I suppose there must be an internal support, or armature, but I couldn't see any sign of one which makes it all the more remarkable.

Lions, of course, are not vegans!

John Biggs19/03/2021 17:30:12
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That's fabulous

I took redundancy from my company late last year as my health isn't great, There's a couple of sculptures on the property, A huge Scorpion that was made from scrap by the Apprentices and a commissioned piece of the god/deity Pan, That was made by a local artist at a cost of £14,000 surprise


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