CATCHING UP

2018 Year End Report

Six months of etching adventures to catch up on. There are lots of etched plates with notes and photos to share, several new tools to show and tell, a few metal working techniques used to make the finished jewelry, plus photos of some of my favorite finished pieces made using the process. The fun of making and learning continues. Sharing the learning is next.

Here is a start. These five photos illustrate just a few of the many steps I take in the creation of a new design. It starts with the inspiration and results in a unique piece of jewelry.

Check back later to see more of the steps if you are curious and to learn about what is new with my techniques for electro-etching both copper alloys and silver. I continue to learn from others who practice the techniques and share their knowledge freely on the Facebook Electro-Etchers Anonymous Group page. It is interesting to read about the various methods used to arrive at the desired end. No single one way best for all. My purpose in sharing is to say what is working for me at this time. Anyone looking back at my earliest etching posts will see how much my methods have changed over the years as I continue to improve results. I welcome comments and questions.

3 thoughts on “CATCHING UP

  1. Gail January 17, 2019 / 9:58 pm

    Awesome ring!

  2. Carol Holaday January 17, 2019 / 10:06 pm

    Thank you Gail. It has been so long since my last post, wasn’t sure would still get notified.

  3. jane January 20, 2019 / 11:19 pm

    as always so totally inspired and activated! thank-you! and really such a wonderful and beautiful piece.

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