Monday, 23 March 2009

How to

After thinking about it for a while I have decided that once in a while I will post a "how to" to show different designs or techniques in wire which could help others in their way forward.
There is just one challenge I face: I can't very well execute a particular step and take a photo of it at the same time. Therefore I shall post a picture of each step and describe it.
If anyone has a better idea of how to accomplish my objective, please let me know! In a way these instructions will be mini tutorials, but as of now they will be free because I myself have learned so much via the internet and so many helpful groups without paying anything, therefore it is payback time.
Let me know what you think!


4 comments:

  1. Hee Hee - the eternal dilemma. How much does one share without compromising your uniqueness?

    But looking at all you do, I think you enjoy the creative process itself. You will always come up with new ideas!

    I have found that my 'payment' for the color tutorials I've given on my blog is in people's wonderful comments. Especially at a time when everyone is tightening their belts - good feelings and warm camaraderie amongst bloggers is a huge payback!

    Have fun - your method sounds great!

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  2. This sounds like a great idea. But maybe just give little snippets so your style can still be kept for yourself. I have noticed a few artists who take designs from others with no credit given to the origional design.

    I will keep an eyeout though as I love your designs.

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  3. Kudos to you for making such an effort on behalf of others. I'm sure your method of teaching will work well. But as Lou said, please don't give away too much of your unique style. You don't want to see yourself coming and going!

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  4. I love the concept of "giving back." How wonderful that you have chosen to share your design tutorials. I will be on the lookout. Your work is beautiful. I love the spiderweb!

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