One thing I think is especially nice is how many differences there are in
our different styles.
We have poly clay faces, plaids, sketches, and applied leaves and flowers.
I probably feel closest to Becki in fl***style, but would never pick the
size of beads she uses.
I love Doug's classic style of lampwork, and Tink's freedom.
There are so many different pallets, preferred stitches, and styles! --
cutesy, kitsch, sleek, plush, classic, rustic.
No one has to feel like anyone is in competition with them. Though I sure
wish I were as prolific as some of you.
> It's so nice to have a symbiotic relationship between lampworkers and
> jewelry designers... I know I'm e***d to see what you talented folks
> do with my glass!
> >>Very, very nice! I so admire the ability to do jewelry. I've only done
> >>a bit. And not very well, I'm afraid.
> >I admire your ability to make beads! I'm too afraid of fire/hot
> >things to even try it out. I think what you do is awesome!
> >*remove the block when replying by email*
> "Leap, and the net will appear." - Goethe