Assorted Page One
I've made a lot of boxes from tusk sections, which are hollow in the center.
The following features the beautiful Boa and Zhang Ziyi
Here's another link to a short video of the transformation of Zhang Ziyi from paper to ivory:
Next is an antique darning egg with the four seasons (after Alphonse Mucha)
I love doing cars and trucks. The first, an old Mack truck. This piece measures about 3 inches wide. Even the chain drive has individual links!
This scene was one I used to pass by on the Oregon coast. I call it "Old Ghost Highway"
And yet another link to a morph video. I love these things:
Below is a tusk done for Don Goossens, whose father is the man seated with the rifle. The family grew up in the Dutch East Indies.
Here's a peek through my microscope. The extreme magnification shows the tool drawing the eye. I like to point out that the smallest dots are as small as dust particles:
Hey, it's just a knife handle
Next is a cueball I did with the creation scene. Really tricky to fit a flat scene to a sphere.
Here are a couple more cueballs. Several pictures show the dragon-skull ball from different angles. The other was logistical nightmare, but still fun to do.
One of four lizards I did with some enlargements.
The Aztec calendar below has a diameter of 1 1/2 inches.
A couple displays based on paintings by Herbert Draper and Edward Poynter.
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