c.edwards

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My name is Chuck Edwards. Back in august I bought my first microscope and inset. Then I found this forum. In The mean time I've been studying from your guys for the past few months. None of you have known it, but I want to thank you for the help. Now I thought I would quit looking around and contribute to the site. So here it is, my first engraving that I've done. It's a sterling silver bracelet. Ready for the cretic good and bad.
Thank you for your help.
P.s. I've already seen some of my mistakes.
 

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highveldt

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Anyone on this forum would be proud to have their first work to look as good as yours. You have real talent and skill.

Steve
 

BKJ

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Wow... I sure hope my first engraving will look that good... I highly doubt it!

Congrats... very nice!
 

mtgraver

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Hey Chuck,
That's some fine work. A lot different than a flinter! lol I like the design even with out the ends filled but most folks only see the top anyway ..... but still there is bare metal to play with!!! lol
Mark
 

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I like the bare ends. That is the part that takes the abuse and scratches most and is mostly unseen. can to some scratch repair without affecting the design. Fred
 

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welcome. nice work you show. seems to me you're already there. rare is the artist that looks with favor at their own creations. seems all creative people have this affliction known as "self doubt"
 

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Welcome to the forum, your work is really good. Hey, it's not so bad that you still have a long way to go... life's a journey, just keep going with it, you've got serious potential. And something that folk on the forum have said to me is let the customer decide if you're good enough. There may be something you don't like about your work but if they love it and want to pay for it that's ok too.

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