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This piece is my 6th ring sculpture. It was constructed with various guages of copper and aluminum. It mainly is made with chainmaille weaves called "captive inverted round" and "captive orbital hexcage". Roughly 24"x24"x24". This is a bad picture, one of the segments is out of alignment pretty bad..grrr
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1024x925px 480.19 KB
Shutter Speed
10/300 second
Focal Length
9 mm
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Date Taken
Jan 4, 2004, 3:29:19 PM
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claygoddess's avatar
This has so much light, it's absolutely electric.
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BrandonCornwellProfessional Writer
That is an astounding example of why Chainmaille is NOT just for armor and LARPs geeks!

Anamaere's avatar

that's INSANE! nice job.
Raetona's avatar
This is so impressive... I work with wire, but I don't know anyone else who does, so I love getting the chance to see what other people do with it. This is incredibly inspiring.
mryyn's avatar
Wow :wow: this is so amazing and detailed.It looks so hard to be position all those rings and... it's just stuning. :clap:
GreenEyezz's avatar
oh my gosh that is so amazing!!!! I have never seen anything like that before! Great work
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Sir-RealHobbyist General Artist
StressyBessy's avatar
This is amazing! I used to do a lot of wire sculpture at college but nothing like this... great, great work.
SolitusFactum's avatar
That's absolutely beautiful! It's nice to see what some people can do with just some rings and imagination :)
AelisLaurel's avatar
You are a master in your domain!
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NephriHobbyist Artisan Crafter
i think enchantress coverd most bases excepy mabey incrediable and genious
Aartsee1's avatar
Just amazing. I could feel my heart beat when I looked at this photo. Very nice!
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Holy flipping cow, Batman! That's just plain....amazing! Wow. Just....Wow!
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