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Euro-Persian Sleeve Ring by brumagem Euro-Persian Sleeve Ring by brumagem
I was learning to weave European 4 in 1 and this kind of happened :P I was gonna try to make a bracelet but got lazy.

Decided on Half-Persian 3 in 1 to trim half of the bottom; any more and it would hamper the movement of your fingers.

I'd be willing to sell it for $7 if anyone's interested. Just say something! :) No, it stabs into your skin too much what with my amateur ring-closing :no:

Stainless steel, 20g 1/8", ring can barely squeeze onto my 3/4" finger (measure the joint above the knuckle) and is 1 1/4" long.
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FlamSlade Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Whoa, it's really interesting!
Do you pretend to create things to sell? :3
Have been years since i'm looking for a collar made with tiny metallic rings...
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brumagem Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks! =D
I don't pretend, you can actually buy my time and effort (at demeaningly cheap rates). What kind of collar did you have in mind? Like how big, what material, what size rings etc.?
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FlamSlade Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2010  Student Digital Artist
The most thin and small ring that you can work. If you have something smaller than that on the ring, it will be fine, if you don't, that's ok too ^..^
The collar is very simple. It's like your ring, but with something so i can open or close, to put it on my neck o..o
Like the one used on this clock: [link] [or thinner]
The material can be stainless steel, or silver. I would like to know the prices for both :3
The size... Well, my neck have 32cm o..o
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brumagem Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Silver and other precious metal prices are through the roof right now, materials alone would cost $60-$100+ :no: Steel or aluminum would be considerably more cost-effective. About one-tenth the price.

What kind of weave did you want? Look around in here [link] [link] [link] and look for something you like :) nothing TOO complex or cramped though, you want to make this thing wearable.

Was there anything else? Like some kind of semi-ring sticking out to hold tags, or something like that?
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FlamSlade Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Nope, i want it really simple and clean, like this: [link] [sorry for the quick and stupid sketch]
For now, i only want to know how much it will cost, so i can save money to buy it ^..^
I've showed you that clock because of the size of the rings and also the weave :3
'Cause i want something that covers the skin under it. Do you know any kind of weave that covers more area than the dragon scales? o..o

*looking at the website*

[link] [this one is pretty! But i guess it's hard to do... And it's not for this collar]
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[link] [wow, it looks thin! And clear! I liked this one]
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[link] [i liked this one a lot too, but the rings don't seem to be small... I dunno]
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[link] *-*
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brumagem Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Seriously, is that a yes or no on the commission? Also are you allergic to any metal or latex?
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brumagem Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Should I go ahead and order the materials?
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brumagem Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Looks like $20-$25 depending on the weave you choose.
I suggest the Euro 6 in 1 because it's flexible, flat and covers-up well. It's also pretty sleek and streamlined.
Trinity would work if we worked some kind of defining shape to the collar, but since you want something streamed a hex pattern won't be a good choice.
Most of the others seemed pretty cramped or bulky for a choker/collar.
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