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This is my first collaboration with my mom. She is a sculptor she makes pewter statues and does lost wax casting when making jewelry. Anyway she is now beading jewelry and she has a lot of elaborate pieces and I want to set up an account for her here but she is all shy about it. lol i will get her to do it I know I will!

Okay so I made the pendant and she made the necklace for it and added the pretty swarovski crystal at the bottom.

©Gemvine Jewelry and Lost Lenore Creations

You can find it for sale at my online store: [link]
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Collaboration with artist Randy Strong, who created the glass center spinner
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~DinoRider~

Its been a while since i submitted origamiXD (let alone submitting anything:XD::XD:) I started folding randomly, ended up making a monster but then with some alterations i turned it into ThiS!!

A man riding a dinosaur!!! Il just say its an Allosaurus since its arms r too big to be a Trex=)

17.5 cm X 17.5 cm origami paper folded in < 30mins

Hope u like it! n comments n crit welcome=D
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Wire & lots of glass beads
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When taxidermy meets jewelry, it yields interesting results. A commission by a good friend of mine, after she saw my Secret Keeper locket. She wanted me to use fox eyes, so I hunted until I found these glass red fox ones. I used the same process for the silver here as I did for the locket - liver of sulfur patina, tumbled for a few hours, which makes that nice dark "hematite" look.

~Cynthia
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Zidane was ~FiriKururugi
and the Kuja was me
the photo was taken by Tenshi (thank you)

this wasn´t the Final Fantasy IV version, this is the Final Fantasy Dissidia version.

charactere by Square Enix and Nomura *.*
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Wire, natural stones, faux pearl
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Brooch made of woven wire & glass beads

( In Quenya: Hyellë - glass; Tancil - brooch)

(I have to find some elven cloak for modelling :P)
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I made this the last day of metals class just to have something for critique. For a three hour endevour, it turned out rather well. The shapes represent the four sacred chinese animals, the dragon, the tortoise, the ki'lin, and the pheonix. It's just a little, tiny, lidless box.

Ah, before I get any more comments on this, I drew my sources for the four animals from a book. Two folk now say that the unicorn-type beast ought to be a tiger instead. I'm not saying that other people are wrong; the book could very well be. Or it could be either depending on where you are in the country or depending on the era you draw from. That's the way of culture. In anycase, if I'm totally off, I apologize, especially if I offend someone over it. I really didn't want to. I thought I could trust published material, but I guess not. On the matter of the tortoise, I know the oriental depiction is very different, but I decided on a more realistic one just out of artistic choice. I liked the large, positive space, and had it had that long neck in there, it would have a different shape than I wanted.
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This was my final jewelry project for the fall semester of '06. It was inspired by the opening animated sequence of the music video to Utada Hikaru's "Passion".

Sterling silver sheet and round forged wire.
Stones: Turkish Opal, hand carved teak wood face from Bali.

I commission.
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