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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
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uD600,S600
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Sep 9, 2007, 11:27:28 PM

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bookmarks. part of the loot bag for the contest i held last month:[link] 3 pairs of differently-themed bookmarks (faux pressed leather, capiz window-inspired, and faux cloissone deco).
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havf8havme Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2007
lj, mahilig akong magbasa ng libro *hint!hint!* hahaha.:P
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enricap Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
:O

they are gorgeous!
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keeboy Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2007
Are this for sale?hehe
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Osa-Art-Farm Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2007
dangit, quit rubbing it in that I am not getting these! Could you make this (and your box pictures) a bit larger? I can hardly see these. They look so wondeful from afar.
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blue-fusion Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2007
done (dangit, da sometimes changes the full view size) so if you click this one, a real big image'll now show up. :)
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Osa-Art-Farm Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2007
ahhh. ok, now you to take less blurry pictures in the future lol. The multi-colors on the two left and right ones is interesting. Did you write a tutorial on how to do this stuff? I forget. If not, you should. Did I already ask you this? lolol
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blue-fusion Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2007
lol i tend to take pics of my works after crafting (hence jittery hands) with tutorials, i dunno where to begin. lol but if you're particularly interested in that faux leather look here's a tip: use really thick ivory acrylic or latex paint (thicken it with, erm, powder. i used my mom's french scented ones by accident. hopefully she doesn't find out lol) for a leathery texture, fidget the brush all over. for a wooden texture, try to create strokes that imitate woodgrain. then, dilute umber, burnt umber, sienna, burnt sienna, or a mixture of the four, dip your fingers into it, and rub away on the painted surface. rub it even if the dark coat you made's a bit dry already.

NOW, did that make sense? lol which is why i'm bad at tutorials. :D
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Osa-Art-Farm Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2007
hmmmm. It's really on my 'to do' list. I have scribbled your tips in my notebook.
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