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Lynx

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Visual or aural art?

This is a song by Carl Cartee:

This is a soundtrack I made so I can sing that song at church (without giving the overloaded piano player even more to do.)
https://app.box.com/s/enap94g3rbqrbzpxf389

Not nearly as heavy on the kick drum, but decent enough to sing with. Give it until 0:48 to pick up the pace.
 
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Visual or aural art?

This is a song by Carl Cartee:

This is a soundtrack I made so I can sing that song at church (without giving the overloaded piano player even more to do.)
https://app.box.com/s/enap94g3rbqrbzpxf389

Not nearly as heavy on the kick drum, but decent enough to sing with. Give it until 0:48 to pick up the pace.

i listened to it , that's so good!!!
 
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G2RBeliever

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Visual or aural art?

This is a song by Carl Cartee:

This is a soundtrack I made so I can sing that song at church (without giving the overloaded piano player even more to do.)
https://app.box.com/s/enap94g3rbqrbzpxf389

Not nearly as heavy on the kick drum, but decent enough to sing with. Give it until 0:48 to pick up the pace.




Drums my fav! Excellent ty!
 
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CozHElivesIcanface2morrow

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Hi sis 😊 Kumusta? Welcome to CC pretty 😊



God bless you ❤
 

laughingheart

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I create rugs/wall hanging using traditional rug hooking (not latch hooking). This is a photo of my son as a child as he was jumping off the dock at a lake area that is owned by his dad's family. The lake area was settled by his great grandparents, the swim shirt he is wearing is hooked with wool from his grandfather's Christmas vest and the photo has him jumping into the water with his father watching. I see rug hooking as painting with wool. I drew the photo's image on a burlap background, dyed the wool and cut it into strips. I used old wool clothes to create my pieces. I also create other works out of fabrics that have meaning. It can be like scrapbooking with fabric. If it is going on a wall I can use any material, even bits of plastic.
This piece is special to me as it incorporates three generations and and branches out within that family. I hope my son holds on to it in the future.
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I create rugs/wall hanging using traditional rug hooking (not latch hooking). This is a photo of my son as a child as he was jumping off the dock at a lake area that is owned by his dad's family. The lake area was settled by his great grandparents, the swim shirt he is wearing is hooked with wool from his grandfather's Christmas vest and the photo has him jumping into the water with his father watching. I see rug hooking as painting with wool. I drew the photo's image on a burlap background, dyed the wool and cut it into strips. I used old wool clothes to create my pieces. I also create other works out of fabrics that have meaning. It can be like scrapbooking with fabric. If it is going on a wall I can use any material, even bits of plastic.
This piece is special to me as it incorporates three generations and and branches out within that family. I hope my son holds on to it in the future.
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Woaah!!! this is amazing!!
 

Lanolin

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Dec 15, 2018
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wow. I havent done any art in ages. Im more of a writer, but...Im not brave enough to post my writings on here.

Everyone will see my typos.
 
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Susanna

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wow. I havent done any art in ages. Im more of a writer, but...Im not brave enough to post my writings on here.

Everyone will see my typos.
If I posted any of my writings everyone would see how twisted I am.
 

Mak33

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I create rugs/wall hanging using traditional rug hooking (not latch hooking). This is a photo of my son as a child as he was jumping off the dock at a lake area that is owned by his dad's family. The lake area was settled by his great grandparents, the swim shirt he is wearing is hooked with wool from his grandfather's Christmas vest and the photo has him jumping into the water with his father watching. I see rug hooking as painting with wool. I drew the photo's image on a burlap background, dyed the wool and cut it into strips. I used old wool clothes to create my pieces. I also create other works out of fabrics that have meaning. It can be like scrapbooking with fabric. If it is going on a wall I can use any material, even bits of plastic.
This piece is special to me as it incorporates three generations and and branches out within that family. I hope my son holds on to it in the future.
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This is absolutely magnificent... you do macrame too? I love it. 😍
 

laughingheart

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Hello, I am a miniature enthusiast and a hobbyist, making all miniatures in 1:12 scale and 1:144 here are some pics.
These are exquisite. Really well done. You have a great eye and steady hand!
 

bojack

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I create rugs/wall hanging using traditional rug hooking (not latch hooking). This is a photo of my son as a child as he was jumping off the dock at a lake area that is owned by his dad's family. The lake area was settled by his great grandparents, the swim shirt he is wearing is hooked with wool from his grandfather's Christmas vest and the photo has him jumping into the water with his father watching. I see rug hooking as painting with wool. I drew the photo's image on a burlap background, dyed the wool and cut it into strips. I used old wool clothes to create my pieces. I also create other works out of fabrics that have meaning. It can be like scrapbooking with fabric. If it is going on a wall I can use any material, even bits of plastic.
This piece is special to me as it incorporates three generations and and branches out within that family. I hope my son holds on to it in the future.
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Awesome !!!
 

bojack

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something like this is art to me when it fits perfect .. :) .. Any welder/fitter/riggers out there