My "Art of Trench"

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My "Art of Trench"

Post by Ibor » 20 Sep 2016 18:57

He wanted me to post in this topic some of my work.
I call them "The Art of Trench," and I will give to this chapter, if there be no need to apologize and ask for a transfer moderator.
He performs his work mostly with remnants of the First and Second World War: fragments of bombs and missiles, debris, etc. scales.
Recently I made the candlestick "Iron Cross".
With debris and remnants of the Iron German shells caliber 150 mm.
Brews 5 kilos and is 42 cm, 39 cm.
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Re: My "Art of Trench"

Post by Ibor » 24 Sep 2016 11:20

Dukla Pass Eagle.
Height 40 cm, a wingspan of 60 cm, weight 12 kilos.
I made it from debris found on the Dukla Pass.
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Re: My "Art of Trench"

Post by Ibor » 24 Sep 2016 11:31

Ashtray with a German bullet fragmentation 150 mm, weight of 5 kilos.
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Re: My "Art of Trench"

Post by Ibor » 26 Sep 2016 07:49

And one ashtray made from a piece of brass and the remnants of the German iron scales 7.5 cm leichtes infanteriegeschütz 18, plus a few knives with shards of missiles.
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Re: My "Art of Trench"

Post by Ibor » 28 Nov 2016 19:03

The last two boxes of my workshop came.
One stylized German deposit during the Third Reich, iron and bronze.
The second bronze same period of Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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Re: My "Art of Trench"

Post by Ibor » 07 Dec 2016 10:33

Metalwork, bust Wehrmacht soldier.
Brass, iron and broken flask Mauser
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Re: My "Art of Trench"

Post by Simon H » 07 Dec 2016 11:56

Very interesting artwork Ibor. I like the last one, the K98 butts make the item quite organic.

Thanks for posting!
WW2 Battlefield Relics: German Erkennungsmarken Identification.

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Re: My "Art of Trench"

Post by Ibor » 02 Jan 2017 12:15

New Year's Eve set maker with remnants of the Austro Hungarian artillery: sugar bowl, spoon and cup.
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