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Had a few Ceramic tiles left over from work (Now Grouted)

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Neil, now sir if something has the WOW factor, its that creation. Attention to detail is super. Job well done.

 

Glenn

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Thanx Glenn , I still have to finish it yet , i have got to do the grouting to finish it off , which i hope to be able to do tomorrow , then i have got to run a wood trim around the outside edge .

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Looks great Neil! Its strange but at first I thought you had made up a few of them since the horse head looked a different shade of red in each picture. Some pics even made it look pink and orange.

Mike..........

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Very nice Neil. Lots of people will want one of these! :)

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Neil that is absolutely amazing. :woohoo::party:

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Looks great Neil! Its strange but at first I thought you had made up a few of them since the horse head looked a different shade of red in each picture. Some pics even made it look pink and orange.

Mike..........

Mike , i think it looks pink & orangey because when i took the pictures  the sun was setting & was casting reflections from the glaze on the Ceramics

 

The Mosaic is 4 feet wide & 2 feet high

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Neil:  It's a classic -just like a Roman Temple -it will last -just like a Wheel Horse tractor!   Great work!  I really like the chrome nuts in there too!

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That is a beautiful creation!

Priceless too!

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Wow that's really cool. Simply Amazing.

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It is amazing the amount of talented people who just happen to be HORSE-A-HOLICS. Over the top awesome Neil.  :bow-blue:  :bow-blue:  :bow-blue:  :bow-blue:  :bow-blue:

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Really cool sign Neil! :handgestures-thumbup:  Jealous of your green grass too!  :)

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Absolutely, fantastic work, you get the purple grand champion ribbon in my book! :handgestures-salute::greetings-clappingyellow::handgestures-thumbup:

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N I C E !!! 

Are you going to grout it ???? 

Yeah going to grout it tomorrow ,

Will put up picture of it fully finished

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Awesome work Neil, that would look good in a respectable WH fans hallway...

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Leonardo couldn't do it any better!!!!  more pictures after the grout!!!   think about bringing to PA in June?!?  a 3rd (or 4th) Brit invasion!! :rolleyes:

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Neil,

 

If you do cross the pond and get to Pennsylvania for the big show this year, I'll invite you due North about 130 miles or so and you can do my bathroom tiles.  :)

You wouldn't even have to do any logos in it.  :happy-jumpeveryone:

 

That is a very nice piece you created. Love it!

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Well you beat me too it.I am in the middle of a dining room/living room redo at my house but the only thing I have left over at the moment is a dusty house and a sore back.I was going to build a small round table out of a wrought iron fire pit I got out of someones trash pile with tile leftovers and some concrete backer board.That looks amazing.Can't wait to see it grouted.Good job.

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