Thursday, November 30, 2006

Santa Welding!



No he's not vandalizing that population sign. My sister in law works at a company that makes all of the road signs and barriers for all of Utah, they needed a Christmas card this year that was somewhat relevant to not only Christmas, but to their line of work. So here it is, YAY.

12 comments:

FerdinandKreozot said...

Your blog is awesome, and my visit was very enjoyable.

Cheers,

Milenko

Anonymous said...

I'm sure your sister's company is very glad to have this card :) Good job!

Anonymous said...

Hi Oliver I was just passing and came across you Santa welding and have posted on my blog www.international-welder.com I hope you do not mind.

Also while I was here I took time out to see your other pictures and your website and I loved the work it is excellent.

When I get a chance I will link to you from another blog of mine

Regards
Stephen

Sebastien Gallego said...

Oh Yeah!! I love it! It turned out really well Oliver.

Gruntor said...

This is a nice piece, Oliver. Good job!!!

David Malan said...

beautiful

Anonymous said...

beautiful lighting effect!

Anonymous said...

Very fun! It is almost like you have some subsurface scattering going on in his cheek. Nice!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the comments! This piece has actually become quite controversial!Read how my piece was interpreted as 'Satanic'?! follow this link!

http://www.artmetal.com/blog/webminster/2006/12/santa_welding

pretty funny!

Brandon said...

I am supposed to be creating a Christmas card for our Welding Dept. at the college I work at. Your drawing is PERFECT! Would you be willing to let me use this on the cover?? Let me know - thanks!

Jill D P said...

What a delightful picture! I work at a Technical College and would like to use your image to create a holiday card for a manufacturing grant that I work under. Would you give permission?

Let me know and thanks for considering my request!

Serenity said...

Hi Oliver,

Can I post this image to a facebook page? I would provide full credit, of course, and a link back to your site.

https://www.facebook.com/WeldEd.org

You can reach me at cvasquez at lorainccc dot edu

Thank you!