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jrgpots

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In Topic: Community Challenge #5

04 February 2016 - 07:23 PM

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jed, glad you said it was a pine, i thought your dragon was upside down.

 My drawing skills need to improved.  This picture was my inspiration.

 

Jed


In Topic: Community Challenge #5

04 February 2016 - 06:41 PM

This is my initial design for the mural.  Each tile will be 7'' x 10'' when wet.  The picture is one I took of a 1,00 year-old bristle cone  pine overlooking  Cedar Breaks Monument, Utah.

 

Jed


In Topic: Community Challenge #5

04 February 2016 - 03:28 PM

1. Are there any restrictions on the individual tile size?
2. Do the tiles need to be the same size?
3. Do the tiles have to be square?

Jed

In Topic: Community Challenge #5

03 February 2016 - 12:57 AM

About a month ago I found Natalie Blake's site. She also has some great youtube videos of tile mural production. I will try something like this.

http://www.natalieblakestudios.com

Jed

In Topic: Studio Flooring

02 February 2016 - 11:24 AM

I didn't finish the floor of the space I am in but it is very nice. An epoxy floor paint (most likely from Home Depot) was used along with flecks of colored plastic. The flecks add a little traction and variation. This is exactly how I will finish concrete floors now on.


 
Not surprisingly, I haven't taken pictures of just the floor. But I do have one of the dog that also has some floor up close:
 
It mops easily and is not too slippery even when wet. Perfect.


How did you train the dog to mop? ...and I hate the slippery wet dog smell.....

Jed