Okay, maybe not so much engraved as it it sculpted..
Here is a brass sculpture I did back in the last century, 1999, (has it really been that long?)
Anyway, I saw a beautiful card with this fish caught on a fly jumping out of the water.
Decided I had to see the other side.
It was carved...
So here it is my first attempt. I know I have a long way to go but you got to start somewhere. Sorry about the photo I am putting together a photo booth today. I have not had the luxury of receiving any formal lessons. That being said, any pointers are greatly appreciated!!!!
I am a starting knife maker and engraver. I would like to use a nice brass for a knifes bolster, pins and for inlay. It was mentioned that I should be aware that there are a number of brass types and to get the same brass for each of the components. In searching here there appears to be a...
One of the advantages of have a studio in a silversmith/restoration shop is that you get to inspect all the items that come through for a while. I want to share this three foot diameter brass tray with you and ask if anyone can provide further information as to its origins.