|20 Aug 2004|| Laurelindorenae|
OMG !This is soooo cool ! Great , now I want one ;D Julie Raymond
replies: "Thanks, I'm glad someone likes it so much. Although I don't think I'll ever do it again: way too much work!"
|29 Aug 2004|| Tempa Spyder|
i can see EVERY LITTLE BUBBLE!!! sorry, its just that the air bubbles make it imperfect which shows that YOU made it. is it hard like silver? Julie Raymond
replies: "Yeah, now I'm beginning to think that showing the deatil in this one is not such a good idea because of all those bubbles. Yes, this is made out of silver and those bubbles are the result of air bubbles in the plaster mold. In reality they are veeery tiny and rather impossible to file away... so I guess I'm stuck with them."
|16 Sep 2004|| Keri a kelley|
Eh, it doesn't look half bad to me. In my experiences with casting, we had a vacuum seal to pull the air from the plaster, making investing a better deal. My high school never had equipment like that, though... in fact, we never had anything like a crucible at all... so you're lucky to have the experience
. Anyway, yay for the lost wax process.
|26 Sep 2004|| Seren D|
You have good reason to be proud of that. It's an absolutely beautiful piece of jewelry. I'm ever-so impressed.
|26 Sep 2004|| I'm a weirdo!|
Oh, nice shading. I like gryphons, they are really cool! I have a pendant that looks like that, and I'm wearing it, so, I was thinking, 'Is this some ad, or something, because it looks Awesome!' Great going!
|9 Jul 2006|| Thorn|
You know what? This is AMAZING!!! Can't work clay half as well..
Oh well, GREAT JOB! ITS GREAT!!! That really sums up my opinion of it..Amazing and great work
|5 Jan 2007|| Barbara J. Wickham|
It must be great to have such a one-of-a-kind treasure like this! For the size you did a fantastic job on the details and it looks very medieval. Wicked! Three cheers for lucky air bubbles and happy accidents!