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Re: GL Virtual Jewelry Shop

Post#8 by tim » 29 Aug 2017, 14:56


It's a nice flag, I added to the first post! :D
was it misspelled on purpose hehe
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Post#9 by Ella » 29 Aug 2017, 15:33


Not on purpose, Tin, sorry my mistake.
In Dutch a jewel is called "een juweel", therefor my misspelling.
Here a new one. You can delete the other.
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Post#10 by gnerd » 30 Aug 2017, 01:03


My first attempt at jewelry. Shape is a bit off PATHS :hammer_head: using the path tool is so very lost on me lol. But I gave it my best go, as well as learning so very much from OMG's wonderful tutorials!! Kind of mixed a couple together.
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Post#11 by Pat625 » 30 Aug 2017, 02:37


Very nice,Nancy!
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Post#12 by oldmangrumpy » 30 Aug 2017, 05:49


Nancy - wow that was quick ... more to come I hope.

Hopefully antique watches qualify as jewellery -
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Post#13 by Ella » 30 Aug 2017, 08:35


Wow OMG, what a beautiful watch you made. I still have one from one of my great grandfathers. It's a real treasure to me.

Nancy, the path tool you have to experiment with a lot, a lot, a lot .... :lol:
It wasn't my best friend either :) But now I use it often.

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Post#14 by gnerd » 30 Aug 2017, 14:30


OMG more to come is always exciting :happy_purple: your pocket watch is so beautiful. Ella your necklace is gorgeous!! I really need to try and practice with the path tool I've seen some amazing results come from it. If these eyes would bring into focus a little better so I can see what and where I was pulling something might make practice a little easier. I can zoom in as much as the screen allows, but when the fluid builds around the brain it plays havoc on my eyes. I'm not giving up though, the path tool is a beast I hope to conquer :D
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