Hey Bro, one of my gigs is sellin books on eBay. Just had a book called, Chain Mail Jewelry, come in with a bulk load of books and was instantly fascinated. I dont often read or keep the books but I'm hangin on to this un. Did a google search and smiled when I saw your link at deviant. Jasmine said it well, " Inspirational ". Food for the imagination for sho. I'll check back in see where it goes. Thanks for sharing. scott
Your art is very inspirational. I am just beginning working with chain maille. Are there any sites that you recommend for getting jump rings? Or do you make your own jump rings and if so what type of jump ring maker do you use?
I buy my custom rings at: theringlord.com/ I believe they are the biggest ring manufacturer on the planet and are a good place to get just about anything ring related. (they are located in Saskatchewan) I make most of my copper and plain aluminum but get everything else from them. If you are making jewelry/clothing you may not need to make your own but in my case, with the sculptures ,I have to make them at very high tolerance to insure structural stability.