How to start making wire jewelry - materials andtools
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It is not difficult and it does not cost a fortune. All you need is a strong will to create, any other problems can be solved
You may find some of the advice written here ridiculous but this is how i began so i'm speaking from experience
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If you are a complete beginner i would highly recommend using cheaper metals such as copper, aluminum, anodized aluminum or lacquered copper. You will ruin some to substantial quantity of wire while learning. Don't let that bring you down; it is normal and everyone who makes jewelry has gone through that phase So, unless you are wealthy, get the cheapest wire possible and experiment. Learn how it behaves. If you bend it 3 times will it break? What pressure is the best to hold it tightly without marring it with pliers? I learned on the cheapest wire available so i did not have to think THAT much about the money i was ruining with my failed attempts. You can get these in most craft or
Cover Story Contest + Big prizes! + Extended!March 31st is the official deadline, no more extensions!
After more than a year, I thought it would be nice to start another contest, since it's been so long! xD
And I promise right now, that the next contest will be sooner..ok? .w.
So here it goes, please read every detail;
As you guys may have known, I've been rewriting my story from like, 3 years ago now? Sad right? I never got through even chapter 2 when I drew it as a comic, ugh, I was so unmotivated
So recently I've picked it back up, and are writing it solo, and have chosen it won't be a comic, but like...a picture book thing, if that makes sense, I'm still debating if I will draw an image per page, or per chapter, I don't want to overload you guys with text on each image.
Anyway, what contest would relate to a story? A battle/love/emotional scene from said story? Nope, I haven't shared any of it to you!
This contest will require you to draw not a scene, but a cover