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FiG 2007-12-13 6:06pm

Making Rings Off Mandrel
 

















jana 2007-12-13 6:21pm

=D> =D> =D> =D> =D>

Dude, I think I love you.

Vicki B. 2007-12-13 6:47pm

Thanks so much for posting this tutorial - gives me more reasons to practice twisties - and now the rings!

Carmen Isaacs 2007-12-13 6:55pm

You are amazing!!!

ginkgoglass 2007-12-13 6:57pm

Those pictures did not even need any words. Wow. Perfect.

Rebekah 2007-12-13 7:07pm

Those are so cool! I'm seeing a necklace. A very pretty necklace.

Thanks for sharing your technique!

jesgen 2007-12-13 7:10pm

Truly magnificent!
I am lost though on how you built your gather. How do you get a flat color with black or dark color edges in the middle of the twisty?
I am going to try this when it warms up and I wont freeze working outside.

GinnyHampton 2007-12-13 7:19pm

AWESOME!!!! I love making twisted cane and now I have something new to try . . . . thank you for sharing your technique :)

Heather/Ericaceae 2007-12-13 7:29pm

Wow! Thanks for putting up those great pictures. I imagine it'll still take a heck of a lot of practice to get them looking as perfect as yours do! :) It sure helps to see the steps, though. You're awesome!

-H.

Cherine Perrin 2007-12-13 7:37pm

What a killer tutorial Michael! No words yet completely understandable.

You rock!

TheGlassFlame 2007-12-13 7:52pm

Once again... you prove that you are a glass stud!!!

C-Ann 2007-12-13 7:56pm

Now that is inspiration to get making some twisties - thanks for the awesome tutorial!

ROC 2007-12-13 8:07pm

Too cool Michael. Even my 1st grade reading level is enough. lol

So next time, don't make us LOOK for the tut, just put the link in the gallery!

FiG 2007-12-13 8:42pm

How do I do that?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ROC (Post 1534235)
Too cool Michael. Even my 1st grade reading level is enough. lol

So next time, don't make us LOOK for the tut, just put the link in the gallery!

Hey I can still go and edit my post in the gallery to include this link. I just have to figure out how to do that.

LaurieBSmith 2007-12-13 9:14pm

I'm in awe....I can't even think off-mandrel...

Troll Lover 2007-12-14 3:01am

Those are really gorgeous!!!

ChristinaColligan 2007-12-14 4:59am

Oh so many rings so little time.....Fantabulous!

Beadbug 2007-12-14 5:24am

Thanks for the great tut. I have loved your rings since your first post.

krista michael 2007-12-14 5:31am

Fantastic!

Ann Conlin 2007-12-14 10:28am

Fabulous tut Michael! Thanks so much!

Just Nancy 2007-12-14 12:32pm

I agree with others. You rock!

theglasszone 2007-12-14 1:56pm

Awesome!!!! Thank you so much - do you think I dare even try such a thing on a Hot Head? (If you knew me, you'd KNOW I already intend to....!!!!) Any tips would be appreciated, though!

Thanks again and Happy Holidays to you and yours!
DeAnne in CA

theglasszone 2007-12-14 2:00pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by jesgen (Post 1534080)
Truly magnificent!
I am lost though on how you built your gather. How do you get a flat color with black or dark color edges in the middle of the twisty?
I am going to try this when it warms up and I wont freeze working outside.

Hi There:

I think that Kimberly's Twistie Tut is a great example of how to start practicing and give you the basic concept; here's the link:

http://www.lampworketc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3450

Now go play!!!
DeAnne in CA

Bruna 2007-12-14 10:46pm

amazing! thank you for sharing, Michael.

Sharon Abood 2007-12-15 12:38am

Michael, great tut! Thank you.

caspertorch 2007-12-15 12:53am

Dude! you rock my world! thanks!

tanok 2007-12-15 3:57am

that is so cool thanks for sharing petal

LoriBird 2007-12-15 5:11am

I LOVE this tut!! I can SEE how to do it! you can 'splain and write all ya want...but I'm a visual learner.
Thank you!

papimom 2007-12-15 6:51am

Great tut. You even show us some cool tools.
Thanks much.
Joan

Tropical Heat 2007-12-15 8:07am

Thanks for Sharing! This is a great tut!


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