I haven’t posted for positively eons, and that’s because we were on holiday for a while in Scotland, which was lovely. I probably should have queued a few things, but everything was a bit hectic so that didn’t happen properly. sorry. :(
ANYWAY, while we were in a giftshop in Scotland, my sister saw a necklace. The charm on it was made to look like it was knitted, and it must have been made by a local artisan or something, because it was definitely made of polymer clay. It also cost something like 20 pounds, so I told her I’d make her one instead. I did, and, I’m not exaggerating at all, it turned out pretty much exactly like the one in the shop.
I didn’t have any metal bails of that size, so I found some square and triangular spike studs and bent the prongs into loops with my pliers so I could jump-ring them together. I think it came out pretty cute.
My physics teacher described an light dependent resistor and a thermistor as little monsters who become less resistant when you give them what they want, either light or heat.
I immediately envisioned a tiny LDR holding a tiny speck of light with an expression of wonder.
Backgrounds are still difficult but I think I did the lighting alright.
I was sent some lovely jewelry materials by my aunt and my grandparents and in the package were some bails and some ribbon necklaces.
I had this pendant I’d made a while ago that I didn’t know how to use, so I finished it today. The pendant was some scrap pink clay that I didn’t know what to do with, so I shaped it and painted something quick and random on it. I didn’t think it would come out exactly like it did , but as it turned out, the bails and one of the pink ribbons suited it perfectly.