have u actually seen the size on the ground of insulators of pylons
nooo b and q special blasting sand its perfect for ally and it even does block paving afterwards
H&S Alan dont do it
ok il stop using it after 40 years now u have educated me on the dangers
i blasted mine first cos they were painted then bead but they still looked rough. some will polish easier than others depends how old they are. i think the older and the more heat they have had the harder they get. these thing got hot enough to fry an egg on. no wonder theatres burned down
I think a bit of pat testing's in order tomorrow and a couple of failure stickers required
I just thought I'd get in first lol
i'm thinking about another lamp. i'm still looking at it and scratching my head and lots of chin rubbing but it will involve this chap and some go kart alloys i'll post it when i'm happy how it looks
Your starter for 10......?
I liberated this a while ago from an old cinema about to be converted into "luxury apartments"
It's an old arc light. I want to put one of those filament LED lamps into it between where the electrodes go.
Mine has a light inside but i want him sat on something related to tyres that one brings tears to your eyes poor bloke is sat on a spike
can you imagine how dangerous those arc lights were in a theatre with all the long curtains
It's the celluloid film that goes whoosh!
The light looks great and I do like the tripod.
That's a big lump in the background - you couldn't persuade it to follow you home, could you?
just a quick update i've nearly done the michelin man lamp. here's a pic. i've a few bits to do to get it finished but you get the jist of it.
not the best pic it's a bit big here's another
That's stunning - beauty! Lovely to see it loved and rehomed..
thanks very much
there's a bit to do yet centre cap for the wheel and repaint his sash and then light him up
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