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Bellknap
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My first fuse item photos

Postby Bellknap » Mon Mar 08, 2004 5:53 pm

Well I have learning a ton from all of you....a big thank you to all.
I have posted my second, third and fourth fuse. The fish is the last one, the photo doesn't show well, it is actually a bright orange clownfish with a lifted fin. The aqua is a small bowl and the geometric bright blue is a square slump mold. All are 6" or less. Again my sincerest thanks for all that have answered by questions....Lydia of Ohio ImageImageImage
Here is the website is you are perhaps interested in larger photos.

http://community.webshots.com/album/124032185rNcvJo?208

molly
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Postby molly » Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:36 pm

WOW! And you say you are just a "beginner"???? Seems to me you are doing really well! Beautiful work~......keep it up, and you will really GO places!!!

Paul Tarlow
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Postby Paul Tarlow » Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:48 pm

You're off to an awesome start -- keep it up :)

Stuart Clayman
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Postby Stuart Clayman » Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:53 pm

Wow, these are great, not just for a beginner. I am taking a break from a beginner class that I am teaching tonight. At first I thought about showing the students what a beginner can do, but on second thought I don't want to discourage them. These are wonderful.

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Cynthia

Re: My first fuse item photos

Postby Cynthia » Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:53 pm

Bellknap wrote:ImageImageImage
Here is the website is you are perhaps interested in larger photos.

http://community.webshots.com/album/124032185rNcvJo?208


Lydia, these are great. Nice composition on the blue framed piece.

How did you get these thumbnails to show up? Are they on a webshots site location for thumbnails? Are these being shown from a webshots site.? I haven't found a way to get webshots to allow posting an image hosted on their site...But it appears that you have. :shock:

Bellknap
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Photo posting...

Postby Bellknap » Mon Mar 08, 2004 9:41 pm

Cynthia, well I found out by trial and error. After you write your message, hit the img button once. Then while you are looking at the photo you want in webshots left click it, go to properties and copy/paste the entire description line into your message, then click the img box above again. If you press preview you can tell if you did it right or not. Hope this is not clear as mud! Lydia

Cynthia

Postby Cynthia » Tue Mar 09, 2004 2:25 pm

Image

How crazy is that?

I think it worked.

Thanks Lydia.

Bellknap
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Postby Bellknap » Tue Mar 09, 2004 2:29 pm

Cynthia,
don't you love it when something works! I always say if I learn something today I can go home, so now you can go home. Lydia


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