Last week saw a lot of time in front of the enameling kiln, which when on, keeps the studio cozy in winter (compared to the rest of the the house) I really needed to stretch to get all the details just as desired on these small enamels. Central dragon heads in process, using Limoges enamel technique. Top one ready for the kiln, bottom one waiting to be detailed. Bear in mind that the dragon heads are less than 1/2" tall...
Have been working steadily on Dragon's Mist coronet project, and had a chance to consult with Mr Dawson yesterday about some of the details of construction, as well as handing off the central panels to be engraved with dragons on either side of the central enamel medallions. The first step is the heraldic Dragon's Mist enamels; many, many hours of work, and they are complete. The entire central design is less than 1" in diameter. I am pleased...
Very rarely indeed do I find something on FB that I want to share, but a friend posted this acoustic version of an old classic just delighted me...
February SMART goals
|#||THINGS MADE||THINGS FIXED||THINGS GONE|
|1||blue tunic embroidery||Kon-Mari 3 drawers||bag to Goodwill|
|2||corbie cowl||bag to Goodwill|
|3||bag to Goodwill|
|4||bag to Goodwill|