Thank you John for explaining , we all know time is money and at first sight the renaissance factory engraving doesn’t look bad, and a lot of people nowadays wouldn’t see the difference. That is a bit frustrating when we try to finish a job for the best.
So I’m quite happy I don’t have to work...
Thank you Sam, no nightmare engraving titanium, for me it is the best combination both Ti and engraving. That because it won’t wear off quickly.
The double bass I bought it new when I was 17 and I still play it in a 3 mans band.
Now that I have my jewellery - engraving studio at home, I finally finished engraving my Titanium buckle.
I started this with a design years ago, then it took me many years to forge the buckle out Titanium sheet. It also took me many hours to remove and stipple the background.
So as it was my...
Here is my most recent one. I tuned me an “Arno’s Brush for all” that helps me draw a bit faster and that can draw light.
I’ve been working a lot on my shading skills using Procreate and it starts to pay off.
Thanks for watching.
You probably remember my attempt on FES and FAS
Here is the first result of a pair Titanium grade 5 eyeglasses I engraved.
Later if you like more, I will add my fine English version on another pair of Ti eyeglasses I finished recently.
I closed the work week by finishing this pair of wedding bands
The lady was sure she wanted the running leaf variant with the beads in the centre.
And before you ask no neither the engraving nor the shading lines will wear of in a lifetime.
This morning a customer who wears a Ti ring I made...