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Cunning Artificer
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DOTA 2 - Tango Pendant
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DOTA 2- Roshan Plush
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itty bitty bonesaw TF2
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Sniper melee pendants - Team Fortress 2
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cherry blossom ring set
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Health Meter Bracelet
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TF2 butterfly knife pendant
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Antler ring
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team fortress 2 class token bracelets
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Squid hoop Earrings
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I have an etsy shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/MagpieHouse
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Back in business
and open for commission work. Though on kind of a limited scale. If you're interested I'd love to hear from you!
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HAY GUISE.
Alas, still not available for metalwork commissions. Feel free to contact me about other stuff, though. I do trades on occasion as well :) The TF2/Steam community folks can find me online as (JF) Dingo!
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Hodoku's avatar
Hey - any chance you're selling a roshan plush? :O
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Not me in particular, though they'res a good chance Valve will be releasing one soon!
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Hodoku's avatar
Goddamn I hope. Where have you heard that? O_o


Side note: I need a damn redpaw plush so bad its not even funny
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pcanjjaxdcd|Hobbyist General Artist
Hey where did you learn to do....the things that you do? The metalwork and stuff :)
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College :) I did a 4 year degree in jewellery & metalsmithing.
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pcanjjaxdcd|Hobbyist General Artist
May I ask where? I'm going to apply for college soon, myself. Also, has the degree helped you beyond college? I have no idea what the demand for the skill is like, but I'm considering exploring it in college :)
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Alberta College of Art & Design, though at the moment I woulden't recommend it. A year or so after I graduated they changed their accreditation associated with that program and now the degree you get is a Bachelor of Craft (Which sounds like you majored in macaroni paintings and macrame owls) rather than a BFA.

As for career prospects it's not a field I'd recommend unless you are a) very passionate about it and b) prepared to eat a lot of ramen and wait a lot of tables. Especially following the crash in 2009, it can be difficult to make a living.

Anyway, you can find me on Steam at  steamcommunity.com/profiles/76… Feel free to add me if you'd like to chat!
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