Sunday, June 17, 2007

Michael deMeng Inspired Pendants

I just finished a couple of pendants inspired by a class I took by Michael deMeng. I made using my funky hand pens. Below is a slide show I posted of my process.
Supplies Used

Funky Hand Pens
Metal Cutting Scissors
Crown & Face Charm
Bull Clip
Metal charms, washers or beads
Liquid Nails
Golden's Acrylics
Modern Options Sophisticated Finish Patinas
Gloves
Copper sheet
Copper Wire

12 comments:

  1. Although I must regretfully admit, Michael's work TOTALLY creeps me out, you have done a fabulous job of recording & 'teaching' this process. I could follow it exactly & I look forward to applying some of the techniques in the future. THANK YOU SO MUCH for the time & effort it took you to create this so that we across the world could share it.

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  2. wow !! ça c'est du vrai rouillé !! vraiment c'est magnifique !! je suis vraiment impressionnée par cette technique !!!!!!!!!

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  3. Aileen--you are so amazingly creative and your thorough slide show was motivating! Great job with the hands--adding the wings made that hand morph into something almost mysterious but definitely iconic. Thanks! jood

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  4. Those are so cool, aileen! I love them! My Kind of Art!
    connie

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  5. Aileen, what a great slide show! The charms are so cool and you demonstrated perfectly how they came to be. This is a terrific set of directions for a magnificent project.
    Joanne

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  6. These pieces are incredibly creative. I like this style of work. I haven't launched any efforts for doing anything in this area, but you inspire me to get myself going.
    Thank you for your incredible tutorials.

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  7. Great slides and instructions!! The possibilities are ENDLESS!!! Can't wait to try it(your directions and slides are particularly easy to see because they are so well lit!!!)THANKS!!! Deb

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  8. Spooky!! I love them!! Thanks for sharing your work step by step. I have not attended a Michael D M workshop, but have heard lots of good things about it. Am looking forward to receiving his latest book. Thanks again so much.

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  9. HOLY MOLEY.... this is fantastic. I watched the slide several times... I love the final results on both of your hands....
    Great artist!!

    Mary Lou

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  10. That must have been a FANTASTIC class to be in, Aileen!

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  11. Love your slide show and your step by step instructions. Your hands turned out so cool. Your talents always amaze me. Coming to your blog is a real treat.

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