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  • PMC ring - for Second degree

    Hiya all

    I was so pleased with this I wanted to share with folks who would understand - it was made around Samhain but I finally got around to adjusting the size today

    Firing



    on a gas hob! how cool is that?

    Showing the pentacle and ivy design (yeah I know hardly original..)





    and the other side - ivy tendril and bark effect


  • #2
    its natural, yet it does not look amateurish, which is something I usually have a problem with.
    I like it, i mean it.
    This will be a good signature one day

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    • #3
      Really nice work. I like how rustic it looks, like a historical relic looking piece. That's what I love when working with Bronzclay or Copprclay PMC (I prefer not using silver or gold pmc), they get that vintage look. Lovely work.

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      • #4
        oooo pretty
        Life's journey is not to arrive safely at the grave in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting; "HOLY SHIT!!!! What a ride!"

        A celebrant of nannymas and sarabethvmas

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        • #5
          That's nice looking!

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          • #6
            Lovely Work!

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            • #7
              Thank you very much for all your lovely comments Now I just gotta see if it'll hold up to hard physical work such as mucking out the critturs

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              • #8
                Very cool! I never thought of using the burner to fire the silver, I've got access to a kiln. I'm curious to see if the copper clay has the same coloring patterns as the bronze clay.
                Don't cry because it's over, Smile because it happened.
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                • #9
                  Really cool! :D
                  How do you do that, and how much do the materials cost? (I know a kiln probably costs an arm and a leg)

                  Its my baby dragons! :D
                  Well, none at the moment. :'(

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