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    Default fork,spoon & knife

    I shot a photo of these common objects to study metal reflections. There was a pale pink dominant I left. Comments are welcome. lupen
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    Default Re: fork,spoon & knife

    Absolutely beautiful, your work is so consistent. Thanks for posting this.
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    Really nice work Lupen.
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    Great work on the reflections too, Luca.
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    Default Re: fork,spoon & knife

    Those look great lupen. It looks like I could just grab the fork and start on the steak Well done


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    iamtheblues, ss-kalm, gwpriester, ontos,many thanks for viewing me and comment. @ontos: after the skull I deserve this...

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    Default Re: fork,spoon & knife

    You've mastered the techniques, great work!

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    Default Re: fork,spoon & knife

    Beautifully drawn, Lupen. Your skill and patience combine to produce excellent results.

    You either have some mighty large spoons or some very short forks and knives, though. Here's a photo I took of my stainless steel-ware to compare. The spoon I used for the qik-pic was a tablespoon since my teaspoons are even shorter, by comparison.

    Nicely done,
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    Thanks Beretgascon and HayTay four your comments. Now I am curious about the size of a tablespoon in other country. At least in Italy, the one showed in the drawing is a tablespoon, and our teaspoon are similar to your tablespoon. That's why I am so curious. lupen

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    Default Re: fork,spoon & knife

    Lupen,

    Here's a photo I took earlier with one of my teaspoons in the shot.

    I also took some quick measurements of my flatware for reference:
    Knife: 9.125" (23.2 cm)
    Fork: 7.250" (18.4 cm)
    Teaspoon: 6.00" (15.2 cm)
    Tablespoon: 6.75" (17.3 cm)

    I'm sure other flatware sets vary in length with individual utensils, but I'm used to seeing sets in the USA having approximately the same ratio between them. That's why your flatware looked a bit odd to me, just like my utensils look rather odd to you, I'm sure. I compared my flatware set to a few other miscellaneous utensils acquired over the years and they're all about the same length.

    Interesting,
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