Cog Wheels for Thanksgiving

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    Dianne
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    I am not very artistic, and doing much less these days, but sometimes I get a goofy idea.  I love the new Cog Wheels2 script and I was thinking about Thanksgiving, so I tried putting together the cog wheels with a chain tube (and a little red yarn) to create something a little different.  I got the silhouette for the turkey from Vecteezy to give me a guide for the placement.  I haven’t decided if I like the results or not.  I really like the cog wheels but I think I need more practice coloring them.

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    Ann Seeber
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    Dianne: I love your Steampunk Turkey!

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    Dianne
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    That’s very kind, thank you.  I thought about doing Cyperbunk flowers with the cog wheels, but then I started thinking about this turkey and had to do that first. Priorities!  🙂

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    Suzy
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    Stellar! Really, a super good idea with excellent execution!

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    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Love it! TFS! Not sure I could pull that off.

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    Dianne
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    You could….I just layered different cogs and then pulled them around until they fit in the outline. It was kind of fun to yank the cogs and see what happened.  I entertain easily.  😀

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    Cassel
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    That is soooo cool!!!

    Maybe I can do a class on “steampunk” and create all kinds of designs. I think it can lead to many creative projects in the end!!!

     

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    Dianne
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    I love the Steampunk look just as a fun change.  I’d love a class on it.  🙂

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    Dianne
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    Thank you.  It was fun to play with.  🙂

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