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Friday, June 8, 2012

A few neat name plates

Here are two different name plates, the larger L and T were done a number of months back before I had my monogram brush so the white lines came out thicker than I would have liked.  Now I know better and the next ones I did on the M and M show the difference.  You can really see how light reflects off raised gold gilding on the finished pieces.

I did the following before I knew how to do raised gilding or I would have done it that way.  You'll notice the white lines are thicker then the above photo's as I didn't have a good pointed brushed back then.

It may be a few months before I post another blog due to being very busy for a two or three months.  Do check out this manuscript It was likely created between 1455-1464.  If you follow the link it will bring you to the full record about it. 

1 comment:

  1. Those sure are pretty cool name plates. I wonder how many neat, crazy, and fun custom name plates there are that people have made. Thanks for sharing!