Stove Art Photo Thread

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  1. The Warrior

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    I've been using the GIMP program for years now. I was a mod on an MP4 forum, and I used to make themes for the players, is how I got my start. Basically, GIMP is like Photoshop, only free. Fewer capabilities too, but still very capable. Anyways. I like manipulating photos. Feel free to post your manipulated stove photos.

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    A few manipulations:

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    That's cool!
     
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    Thanks Ivan, appreciate it.
     
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    Beautiful!
    I like that ‘chrome’ look particularly. The stove looks like it should belong to the T-1000 villain in Terminator 2.

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    There was THIS post from @gideon with some outstanding examples of stove art too.
     
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    Cool post, btw, thanks for the link.
     
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    Very, very good @The Warrior
    Thanks for the ‘special commission’!

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    You're welcome John, appreciate it.
     
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    This is a little better. Noticed I forgot to cut out a piece in the other:

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    Oh yeah, I see it, ‘twixt the burner riser and the rear pot rest.
    Those priming flames are a touch lively!
     
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    Yep, sure enough. I didn't even notice it.
     
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    Here i've trtied to paint my PMX-829 in CorelDraw...

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    Very cool Gideon, thanks for posting.
     
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    Before and after:

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    Another animation:

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    I'm sorry if this sounds picky, but it leapt out of the screen at me; the pilot lighter on the 210 above is fitted upside down and it prevents the windshield from locating on the rim of the flame ring support as it's supposed to. The top of the pilot lighter (plain round tube) goes thru' a slot in the side of the w/s so it's at the outside edge of the flame ring, whilst the bottom (bulbous)end locates inside the w/s in the priming cup.

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    @Ian

    Sure is. I asked about it, before even receiving it: Primus 210