Although I am still new to Orchid, I am still wondering why more people
(with the possible exception of Brian Adams) don’t share their work
That’s me, folks! <bows - FX: big grin>
A few weeks ago, I read something that was posted asking if Polaroid
photos could be published successfully. I have two pieces that you can
see at http://www.usglobal.net/polorid that were photographed with a
That’s a typo, folks. He means this:
camera and then scanned. You will see that these are not professional
quality, beautiful images, but they do convey, I think, the design of
the pieces. I added some sketches to help.
Necklass.jpg looks great, Doug. The sketch above it (top of the page) show
how a design can improve with the making. While I kinfof like the
sketches, obviously you have been able to see something more there, and
that all came out in the piece, which has many extra bits, like (duh, of
course) 3D, but also some protected area.
I was actually about to rush into saying I couldn’t see what the lower
drawing of all the crosses meant, then realised the bottom image
(Cross.jpg) was the sketch made up. A simpler work. I am less intrigued by
this - but then it’s not necessarily attemping to intrigue as much as the
other piece above. Nice. Blurry, so I can’t see what the top bit it - an
attachment? - OH! I see! … the nail. I got it now! I like that. Though
I probably wouldn’t wear this on sundays
I for one would like to see images used along with the written words.
I understand things better when I can see what people are talking about.
I agree, Doug. Let’s have more of this show’n’Tell.
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