Month: November 2015

Rewind To May 2015, Jewelry Design

Computer model Real life jewelry pieces In May, I started looking into 3D printing and realized that it has become so affordable in recent years that I’d like to explore its potential and learn its limitations. To do this, I designed and created a line of geometric jewelry. This first […]

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Rewind To July 2015, 3D Printing

[M3D printer doing its work.] [finished piece with attached supports] [supports removed] [biggest possible piece with supports removed] Continuing the tour through my year of loose sails flapping in the wind of my muse… This Summer saw me spend a while learning the ropes of 3D printing at home. The […]

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Rewind to January 2015, Palette and Pattern Experiments

My favorite “summer” tea bowl The extracted palette, applied to some pretty math In the next few posts, I’m going to record some creative tangents that have flared up as I explore options for what to do to support myself after weaving. These images show a little project I did […]

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Return, return, return!

Hellooooooo, out there! Is there anyone else who, like me, doesn’t get around to unsubscribing from inactive websites? If so, you’re in luck! This blog is becoming active again. Why, you might ask? Well, after five years of focus on my weaving, I’m finding that a singular focus doesn’t serve […]

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