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Antikimena Logo by dragonladych Antikimena Logo by dragonladych
Working on a logo for my jewellery line. Although I want to keep more of the old one this was fun to do. It's one among many versions.
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:iconnephtis:
Oh, any new jewelery? it has been some time since you posted some, I am quiet curious to see what you have been up to lately!
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dragonladych Dec 11, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
No nothing new so far. Too busy looking for a job and trying to keep up with my graphic design courses. This is part of them, the current module is "logos" so I figured I might as well work on my own logos :)

I plan to teach Fimo Jewellery next year so there might be new stuff coming up. I really miss working with metal though
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What kind of job are you looking for? Illustration? Craft? Courses sound exciting it's always good to explore new/different techniques.
I have never tried metal myself, I assume it's difficult and you need a lot of equipement so it's not something you can just sit down and try.
At the moment I I looking into leather craft, maybe find a workshop for "Punzieren" (stencelling???) - that sounds like something I'd really love to try.
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dragonladych Dec 11, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Nah a job that pays money ;) I'll loose one of my two remaining jobs soon and need something else. Been looking for over a year now :(
Studying design so I can have a portfolio and look for commissions there too.

Working metal is extremely easy I never took any classes, except for soldering and such that's not easy, but I use glue anyway for most things. Sitting down and trying is exactly what I did. At first you don't need much materials, a small saw some files and sanding paper that's it. but to go further it would indeed be nice to have some equipment and machines, sadly that costs a small fortune.
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Ah, the money paying jobs... yeah, those are harder to find. Good luck to you, I  hope you'll find something soon!
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dragonladych Dec 13, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Cheers!
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