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Old 12-05-2006, 02:49 PM   #61
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It's clay. I've been noodling around with making cookie molds, thought it would be fun but I'm still not happy with it. Something's missing.
Just needs square headlights then it would be perfect.

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Old 12-05-2006, 02:53 PM   #63
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Just needs square headlights then it would be perfect.
I'm working it, takes time to carve a little flat jeep that looks right. Plus, my headlights are round
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Something's missing.
IMHO... try taking down the windshield to where it is framed.
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Old 12-05-2006, 03:08 PM   #65
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IMHO... try taking down the windshield to where it is framed.
I'm not understanding....
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that is one awesome cookie! I think it looks great, if you think its missing something try spacing out the tires a little more so they hang out a bit past the sides, but I'd eat it as is.
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Old 12-05-2006, 04:17 PM   #67
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that is one awesome cookie! I think it looks great, if you think its missing something try spacing out the tires a little more so they hang out a bit past the sides, but I'd eat it as is.
It's clay right now. I was actually working on another project, but it will be cookies when I get the design worked out. You're right about the tires, dang it, another evening shot carving.
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It is a OXY-MORON........lol. If you are lifted, you don't tend to hit the side of your vehicle, or under parts, near as bad. Once you put on the 33"X12.5" tires, you don't hit much at all. With the right back spacing, your tires get all the abuse, on the trail, and that's the way I like it........lol. If you stay stock, you hit everything!!!!!!!!
Now Blu, you and I both know this one isn't true. Because the bigger the tires we have the bigger the rocks get that we like to crawl over.
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It's clay right now. I was actually working on another project, but it will be cookies when I get the design worked out. You're right about the tires, dang it, another evening shot carving.
Sorry I shot your evening, I hate being always right...
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To me the windshield looks too solid. I would try removing clay from the center until the frame stands out, giving more detail to the windshield and frame... sorry I was vague.
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Tiny, how do you make the mold?
Oh and, it needs a WF sticker. J/K
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Tiny, how do you make the mold?
Oh and, it needs a WF sticker. J/K
I carve what I want the cookies be in relief (it's got to be mostly flat), then after it dries, I fire it. I press the fired stamp into a thick flat piece of clay. Let it dry, fire it in the kiln and that's my mold.

The clay is fired low so when you press the dough into it, it releases from the mold easy. If you use a dough that doesn't spread, like a shortbread or spritz, it will look exactly like the mold.
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Cool. Are you going to sell these cookiecutters or are they for a special project?
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I carve what I want the cookies be in relief (it's got to be mostly flat), then after it dries, I fire it. I press the fired stamp into a thick flat piece of clay. Let it dry, fire it in the kiln and that's my mold.

The clay is fired low so when you press the dough into it, it releases from the mold easy. If you use a dough that doesn't spread, like a shortbread or spritz, it will look exactly like the mold.
Very cool, I can't say that I understand pottery but I do understand talent and you have creative talent
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Thanks Odhinn. That's very kind of you. It's not so much talent, I just didn't want to have to take math in college. Little did I know they would eventually make me take chemistry
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To me the windshield looks too solid. I would try removing clay from the center until the frame stands out, giving more detail to the windshield and frame... sorry I was vague.
I agree, the windshield needs some definition. This is a cool Idea, I may have to carve one out. I have a CNC milling machine 20 feet from my desk. Heck with all that pottery stuff, I'd use aluminum.
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When the stamp is pressed in clay, everything is opposite.

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