Our wedding rings casted in sterling silver!!
I’m really happy with their turn out. And the fact that I designed, milled and then sanded-burnished-polished them myself makes them more sentimental. (Though they still need some work)
The next time you guys see them and they have stones in them, we’ll be engaged. :)
The last class for my Jewelry course was today and it was awesome!
I’m really proud at having learned how to design and CNC mill work that can be casted like this. Making something solid and pre-planned so meticulously is so satisfying.
I made a top-stitch themed ring, and beside you can see the Dishonored Jessamine Cameo I also made. Everything was casted in sterling silver.
I’ll post better pictures of our wedding rings next!
Our Wedding rings!
No joke! One of the assignments in my Jewelry class was to create a pair of matching rings. I decided to take the opportunity to design and order our wedding rings. (Not that we’re getting married right away >_>)
Anyway, here they are. They’ll be milled in wax this weekend and then casted in precious metals by next friday. (Sylar wants silver. I think I may go with a rose gold.) They’re also prepared for the stones come the time we actually use them.
‘The Secret’ is Sheila’s. ‘The Storyteller’ is Sylars. Both titles mean a lot to us, and each ring holds symbols of our relationship.
So I made this Cameo for Jessamine!
I’m in a Jewelry CAD/CAM class this session, where we learn to 3D pieces on software and have it milled in wax. It’s an intensive course but it’s really useful and amazing. Above is the steps for creating it. The software, the wax, and finally the piece cast in sterling silver (I still have to saw off the gate and cast it in silver.)
This was just a fun practice piece and I decided to make a cameo since I had Dishonored on the brain.
I had my gallery exhibition yesterday for my Advanced Projects class!
Our class was to work on our own self assigned project to show at the end of the semester gallery. I chose to make props for the story of ‘The Man In the Iron Mask’ from the Three Musketeer’s story. So here’s the Iron Mask and the shackles! Sculpted and painted by me!
Sorry we’ve had such slow content lately. We are both in crash mode for Finals week.
Here’s a peek on what I’ve been working on for my final!
A day’s work!
I showed you guys my ‘Man in the iron mask’ sculpt last week, and figured I’d show you the matching shackles. They will be molded and casted four times to complete a full shackle for each hand, with some chains and such.
I haven’t been showing much cosplay progress lately because school has actually kept me quite busy — so I figured I would show you what I’ve been working on.
This is my sculpted mask for my Advanced Projects class. We get to do whatever we want as a senior project, and I wanted to do some prop making. So this is my design for the Three Musketeer story, “Man in the Iron Mask.”
It’s sculpted in Plasticine, gonna be molded and then casted in brush powder aluminum. I also have some shackles to make, and three or four pommels to make for the musketeer swords.
Also! Check out my tiny little senior studio! Yay!!
Mama Sheila and the livestream fandom
AHAHAHHAAHHA!! This is adorable!!! WOW thank you!! And you guys know that mama Sheila LOVES YOU ALL!
More of my own artwork.
So this was my Final for the semester in 3D Illustration. The assignment was to ‘sculpt a well known character with a contemporary twist.’ And the contemporary twist had to make conceptual sense with the well known character.
I chose Erik from the phantom of the opera, and my contemporary twist was that he was a robot. Erik was treated like a monster, with no feelings or humanity because of his deformed face. And I was wondering what kind of thing modern day people might treat in a similar way.
I’m pretty sure if robots ever start feeling and wanting to be human like everyone else, no one is going to like it too quick. So there you go. And with that is my little homage to Legion.