and so, maybe: maybe metal hides some other way of Expression. Maybe: in seeing it move under the hammer blows, in colours that change at the heat of the fire; in the forcing of bends, or tips or blades inside it - or against it. In taking it out of the acid, matt - silvery. In polishing it with Love. In letting it standing out strong, and contrasting, against fabric and skin and hair: extending lines of force, pushing the beholder's eyes - or yours - deeper, Inside.
It's an Art by itself - even if "minor" and mistreated: and she needs affection. Yes - affection.
Hi!, I'm Davide. I try to be a metalsmith. My other vices was good prose, and is powerlifting.
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the most intricate, 3

things I learned while working at the aigrette - almost all of them during a funny, swearing, sweating saturday afternoon:

  • there're no things like a good "middle", or a "right" point: if the knob's maximum is 60, then 60 be: always.
  • [I'm talking to you, alcohol soldering machine]
  • the are two things you cannot have enough: 1) flat, clear surfaces, and 2) funnels: in all sizes and shapes and colors and materials.
  • don't read instruction sheets: but have them somewhere.
  • draw more.

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