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1  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / nice winters day on: January 29, 2006 10:57:02 AM
The fog lifted a bit today so i went on a walk and snapped a few pictures just outside the city.

(view from bedroom window)
http://www.stonecoldfever.com/1/1.JPG

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/1/2.JPG

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/1/3.JPG

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/1/4.JPG

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/1/5.JPG
2  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / . Photos from the country . on: September 10, 2005 12:11:51 PM
Here are a few photos i took while out in the country, they had to be shrunk quite alot, but thanks if you look Smiley

you will have to cope / paste the links to browser or they wont work sorry  Undecided

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/1.JPG    (country fields)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/2.JPG     (rock in fern sea)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/3.JPG    (first sun after a storm)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/4.JPG     (misty vally)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/5.JPG    (mountian lake)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/6.JPG    (mountian peak)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/7.JPG   (industrial train)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/8.JPG     (grave yard)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/9.JPG     (fire)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/10.JPG   (rocky outcrop)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/11.JPG  (corrie)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/12.JPG (knarled tree)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/13.JPG  (bleek horizon)

http://www.stonecoldfever.com/users/graham/14.JPG   (under bridge)

3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / How do i take shoulder pads out? on: September 29, 2004 09:31:22 AM
 Undecided sorry i cant sew at all basicly and dont want to wreck my jacket, but i picked up this green cord jacket the other day (looks good in real life honnest, it just doest photo to well with a flash) and its good apart from i have small shoulders and it has massive big pads in there ^_^. So i was wondering how you would suggest getting them out? do i rip the silk inside and try to pull them through or what?

-Cheers, Graham

4  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / Small collages? 60's theme on: August 24, 2004 06:41:14 AM
5  FIBER ARTS / Dyeing: Discussion and Questions / Can somebody teach me how to tie dye? on: April 10, 2004 06:49:58 AM
Hey guys, ive been wanting to make a big tiedye sheet to cover my ugly wardrobes. In browns and greens to match my room Smiley .. anyway could somebody post how to do it or give me a link

Cheers

Greame
6  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / key ring + record bowls (+Bookmarks) on: February 26, 2004 10:47:02 AM
 Tongue just got back from my 2 week holiday off skiing in switzerland... If anybody from here lives over there i envy you.

Anyway today ive been making keyrings from old packets and lots of record bowls to put easter eggs in and then sprizz up a little, these are for a school fair to raise money for a lass at our school to go to america for some new cancer treatments.

Nothing you people aint seen before but ill put some pics up anyway..

http://www.v0rt3x.me.uk/keys.jpg
http://www.v0rt3x.me.uk/bowls.jpg
7  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Simple Poster on: February 07, 2004 06:43:43 AM
Hey, all i did was scan the back of an A5 old 1960's comic onto my computer, i scanned it in at a wopping 360000 Pixils a square inch, This is the highest that my printer can print at and the bmp file took up 75mb's. Then beacuse the resolution was so much i could blow it up to A3 size without the quaility deterateing at all. At A3 the size of the image was around 260mb so make sure you have lots of space on your pc before you do something like this ^_^. Then i prited it off on A3 high quality photo gloss paper. The last thing i did was to stick it to my old cupboard Smiley

not very crafty i know.. but i am male lol

http://www.v0rt3x.me.uk/poster.jpg

This aint a very good photo but the finnished thing looks real clear.
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