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Artist's Comments: Three designs for a cross. The customer needs to see what it looks from different angles, hence, CX...
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08/16/2010 2:34:22 PM
I will be rendering a second round in place on a photo that I have stitched from 30 photos I took in there to have a a panorama. I might do a quick tutorial in how I got the photo in perspective if there is interest for it. 
08/16/2010 2:29:31 PM
Thanks Dale. Good pick! The Right one is the old Scottish cross that they have on the old wall in the yard. The middle one is close in looks to the Celtic cross on the altar and the Left one is my own design which is 3 crosses that are floating and only connected with the pegs in the corners. I really think they will go for the L but the other two are there to allow them to reject one or two. People in US love rejecting designs so this enables the customer to feel good. The material is Magnolia, oak and walnut wood +slate. The maker is Martin Obrien, a phenomenal cabinetmaker and good friend. 
08/16/2010 2:25:42 PM
good way to present the designs Ivan. My choice would be for the cross on the left. It is less dagger-like than the central one and to me looks more solid and dramatic than the one on the right. It could be constructed from a nice variety of materials as well. 
Kevin A. Black
08/16/2010 1:03:57 PM
Whew. The Blue Men Group will be happy to hear that. :-) 
08/16/2010 12:55:58 AM
The other two blue men? The blue man is representing the person doing ceremony, he is not scheduled for crucification! 
Kevin A. Black
08/16/2010 12:53:33 AM
Wheres the other two Blue Men? -) Nice work on the environment. Shows off the crosses well in a real life situation.