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    Skull Ideas

    Here's a few ideas I have for making some more skulls
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    I like the torch set up. The guns are meh..... seems like the wrong style skull for a six shooter.... would need a modern gun for a modern skull type. Maybe that's just me tho...........


    That and the nose cut out looks a little too much like.... ummm, Peter Griffin's chin.
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    That's a GREAT use for the old sawblades!

    ...Now, can you weld Glocks to it???
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    I have been saving old saw blades. I needed some ideas for using them up!
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    I've been saving up old sprockets and chains.............. I'm thinking so yard spiders, and crabs and the like. Maybe a big cthulu monster someday.....

    Hey Charlie, is that freehand or templated? I'm realizing that I'm none too steady of hand with the plasma and might need at least cardboard cutouts to follow............
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    Free handed
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    Tons of hand power tools
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    & an over active imagination

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    I'm a gun guy and will always lean that way but I think a couple of "long range precision bolt action rifles", OK sniper rifles but don't tell anyone I called them that, would look awesome or a couple of AR15's. You could cut the guns out of steel too and they would match the feel of the skull more.
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    Charley, I like the guns with the skull. Of course I also like the cutting torch and stinger also with the skull
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    Those are neet. I like the one with the torch and stinger.

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