Tools for Metal Sculpture Reviews

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  1. J. Pylant "Ruff'n it" says:
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Calling all beginner Art welders, April 2, 2013
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    J. Pylant “Ruff’n it” (Nashville, TN) –
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    I have recently began making sculptures again and I have dabbled in several mixed medias. Particularly Mig Welding. This book is short, to the point, well written and very informative. If you are looking for the 30,000 foot view on what to get in gear, safety practices and technique, this is a great starter book. I recommend grabbing this one prior to diving in. Both of Georges books we just the perfect read for me.

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  2. Monty5752 says:
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    Good Reference, February 24, 2013
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    Good Reference would recomend this to anybody who has an interest in Metal Sculpture Simple and very easy to read

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  3. David R. Burns "Questions Authority" says:
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    This book will get you started … ONLY started, February 20, 2013
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    David R. Burns “Questions Authority” (Rough and Ready, CA) –
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    As in another review I wrote on another “starter copper training book”, I feel that I may be too harsh in my critique. It comes from many years of experience working with copper. I have to say that the few tools mentioned in this book will barely get you started if you truly wish to go deep into copper work. One of the things a student learns in my classes is the vast array of tooling that one truly needs to go beyond simple and small “trinket like” items. If that is a level the reader is comfortable with, great, buy this book! If you want to make big strides in copper work, I am not so sure. Yet, we all have to start somewhere. The author is doing a great job in a difficult subject. Most will gain considerable help from this book. Some will be disappointed and frustrated.

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