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Filigree Wing Tutorial by sodacrush Filigree Wing Tutorial by sodacrush
People keep asking how I make stuff, so here's a really short explaination... Not so much a tutorial as a step-by-step. Sometimes I take pictures of what I'm doing so I can refer back later and make it the same way :D

1. Wing stamping + small 'leaf' stampings that I used for feathers
2. Arrange feathers to create desired shape
3. Glue! Lay on scrap plastic to dry so you can peel it off easily :)
4. Glued another wing piece over the back to hide the feather ends.
5. Example piece.

Warning - It's a b**** getting the feathers to stay in the correct position so the wings are symmetrical. :faint:
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marosar Dec 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
where you get the wings?
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:iconsodacrush:
You can see the FAQ on my proflie for a list of suppliers :)
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:iconforevershadow:
Where do you get all of the peices?
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:iconsodacrush:
Online or from local shops, you can read the FAQ on my profile for more sources :)
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:icondesireemorte:
Very cool. I was wondering how that was done =)
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:iconsodacrush:
Glad it helped :)
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LonelyGabu Aug 22, 2011  Student General Artist
What kind of glue do you use erfs? *Ears lower lightly*
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:iconsodacrush:
It's called E6000 :)
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LonelyGabu Aug 23, 2011  Student General Artist
Never heard of it lol but does it like glue onto metal and other jewelry components? and where can this be purchased?
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:iconsodacrush:
Yup, it's industrial strength, I get mine locally but you can find it on Ebay.
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