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Does anybody have any experience with asian style mother of pearl inlaying or inlaying in general? I want to try and make some. I've read basically everything i could find over it thats on the internet but nothing really goes into detail as far as tips and tricks.
I have probably 150 hours or so experience in jewelry making and a little bit of experience in relief printing, engraving, and wood carving. and as far as i know, i have all the tools needed.
I don't really hang around this board much but i figure art is art, so if anywhere would get some decent feedback it might be here. if anybody knows where some literature could be found on it that would be cool, or tips and tricks. or even just a "don't even try do it, its almost impossible" would be appreciated.
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I would just like to share a tip with you /ic/
If you are right handed, place your study light to the left of your paper, that way your hand won't cast a shadow on your drawing.
Similarily, you can place your light source, to the right of you, should you be left handed, but not many people are lefthanded, so it is not as a useful advice.
Most expensive artwork on the planet.
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What is happening /ic/ ?
I lately heard of David Choe, the Korean-American graffiti artist. Having sprayed the walls of Facebooks first offices, he was rewarded with Facebook shares now worth more than 300 million dollars instead of being paid some thousand for the work itself. SO, what im saying, a graffitig artist created THE most expensive artwork on this planet, ranging above all the high class paintings. What do you say to that?? It blows my mind and I find it incredible and funny somehow how he changes art history.