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My big chicken

Posted by r_murray 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 19, 10 at 4:29

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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DELIGHTFUL!


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He is wonderful...reminds me of the Corn Flakes chicken...looks SO happy!


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I Love him........especially since I have a rooster collection! Gotta ask.....what is head and the white areas on his body made of? The white is very interesting and so stratigically placed......don't know how you can keep creating such works of art


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The head was a ring from an automatic transmission, the comb is made with garage-door hinges,the eye is a big old washer, the beak and those white areas were cut from scrap sheet metal, all the rest is rebar.

I don't remember where I saw this chicken but it was stuck in my brain until I made it go to the yard.

Robert


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One big critter! 1st thought was "might get good TV reception using him" 2nd impression," he's big, he's not going anywhere" is he cemented in? Looks very heavy! You sure won't have any trouble finding your place if you can see him from the road,he may become a community landmark! Jan


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Too cute. I love this chicken, you are so creative. You must really love putting your creations together. They are great to see.


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I LOVE her!


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Foghorn Leghorn has escaped the cartoons! That one might scare my neighbors. lol Great creation, Robert!


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