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Old 10-17-2010, 09:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post Your Mad Crafting Skills Version 2.0

Since the original thread disappeared, and one other person agreed it was sad it was gone, here's another one.

Anything you've made, drawn, painted...artsy craftsy stuff.

Here's some tie dye stuff I did for a craft show.













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A dress I made for Halloween

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Old 11-07-2010, 12:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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<object width="400" height="300"><param name="allowfullscree n" value="true" /><param name="allowscriptacc ess" value="always" /><param name="movie" value="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_i d=14542000&amp;serve r=vimeo.com&amp;show _title=1&amp;show_by line=1&amp;show_port rait=1&amp;color=&am p;fullscreen=1&amp;a utoplay=0&amp;loop=0 " /><embed src="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_i d=14542000&amp;serve r=vimeo.com&amp;show _title=1&amp;show_by line=1&amp;show_port rait=1&amp;color=&am p;fullscreen=1&amp;a utoplay=0&amp;loop=0 " type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="tru e" allowscriptaccess="a lways" width="400" height="300"></embed></object><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/14542000">Insects</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/josepheckworth">Jose ph Eckworth</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

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Old 11-20-2010, 12:40 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Attempting a couple of new things I've never done before. Less than stellar results, I must say.



Believe it or not, this is supposed to be a peace sign. It's not. Well, maybe it is on Caprica. Bad. Just bad.



This was an attempt at the leaf we love. Not perfect by any means, but much closer than the peace sign. I think with a couple more attempts I might have it dialed in. It looks like an aloe plant to me.
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These also ended up as little graduates for all the kids too.


Three inch clay pots upended with painted ornament bulbs for heads and felt accents.

They're so cool.
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^^^ Very very cool.
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Done a couple more lately, for my uni work wev'e been doing a documentary, so aside from the interviews ive shot ive gone out and filmed a bunch of random stuff to use as inserts, and just edited them into random videos to show my group, see if they like what ive shot etc. but i think they work as films in thier own right.

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Glad to see the thread is at least coming back... I've recently started a silver jewelry class this semester I'll try to take pictures of each of my project to upload at some point. =)

EDIT:
Ok so I brought my first project home with me and took a few pictures, it still needs to be refined a bit more to get that beautiful gleaming silver look. Enjoy =)

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I like the class, it allows me to actually use some skills I developed while in the Air Force as a jet engine mechanic... =)
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niceee. always wanted to take a legit jewelry class.


really just wanted to bumpitybump this thread. I miss seein stuff.
thanks Purd for replacing the lost one, btw
You're more than welcome. I missed the olld one and I'm glad this one's getting used. I have some stuff I'll be posting in a minute.

Is your class like a starting from scratch thing? With a foundary and stuff?
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First attempt with a Yudu

I've always wanted to try my hand at screen printing shirts, and have made a coupe of half assed stabs at it. But for Xmas this year my SO gave me an eBay gift card...apparently I'm hard to buy for. So I'm searching for "estate pipes" with this card burning a hole in my pocket. One night when I logged on at work, she'd sent me a link for a Yudu Personal Screen Printer...well, at least Yudu. Not totally sure about the rest of it. So while I was supposed to be doing paperwork, I'm researching this Yudu thing. Next thing I knew one was being shipped to me from Utah.

Here's my first experimenting on it.


This is the original design on a transparency.




The unexposed photo emulsion sheet in the dring tray.



The transparent sheet on one side of the emulsion sheet. It seems to have no purpose other than to be peeled off.



The burned emulsion sheet.



The burned screen after washout.



Thev shirt isn't laid out very well. it doesn't look as wobbly in real life.



An earlier attempt.

If anyone's interested in a more detailed review on the Yudu, drop me a line. It has a lot of pros, but it also has a lot o9f cons.
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And a nightshirt I made for my mom for Xmas

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Is your class like a starting from scratch thing? With a foundary and stuff?
I wish, no we buy sheets of silver stock. Right now we're working with 22 Gauge silver for our projects. I started designing a pendant this week to be made over this coming week, should be interesting.
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I wish, no we buy sheets of silver stock. Right now we're working with 22 Gauge silver for our projects. I started designing a pendant this week to be made over this coming week, should be interesting.
Is it really spendy? I'd think with the precious metal prices being what they are it could get fairly pricey.
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Is it really spendy? I'd think with the precious metal prices being what they are it could get fairly pricey.
Yeah it's fairly pricey right now, the fees for the class were $125 for the lab fee and then a $65 fee for the first sheet of silver and a $35 fee that gets returned at the end of the semester so long as all of your tools are still there. From what my professor told me most people use about a sheet and a half so I'll prolly have to buy a second sheet @ $65 but at least I have the Dept of Vet Affairs paying for it all... I'll bring my camera with me to the lab today and snap some pics of it.
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More Playing with Yudu



To save money, I put 2 designs on 1 screen.




Everyone hearts their tobacco waterpipe.



A pirate shirt I made for the boy.

Still learning. I need to figure out a way to get the image placed more properly on the shirt.
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Ok here's my second silver project...





Just started working on rings yesterday, I'm going to try and get my webcam to work with my laptop and maybe shoot some video of making a ring or something...
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^^^ That is so cool. When the time comes that you're ready to sell some, or you're ready to do some customy stuff, put me at the head of the line. I like silver jewelry alot better than gold.
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Well the plan is once spring hits and I can get my garage finished and get a work bench in there I'm going to start gathering up the tools and torches and shit so I can work from home... when that happens I'm deff going to be making all kinds of stuff, I'll be happy to do custom designs as well... was talking to my kid brother last night about making him a Green Lantern ring... oh and my cam is working with my laptop now so I'll prolly shoot a little bit of video tomorrow while working on my first of five rings...
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Dude the original is gone?!? That thread was my baby! I'm going to cry now as I look for photos to add to this one.

Thanks for keeping the crafty skills alive here at Yahooka, Purd Hupley!
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