Saturday, May 30, 2009

Ring Design


I'm putting together another lecture for high school kids on the importance of drawing and this is an aspect of my career I rarely if ever talk about but it's an opportunity that came about for me through being able to draw. This is a pencil design of a ring for a client to see a his specific stone in an already existing jewelry design. If the client wants to go ahead with the ring i might be asked to do a color rendering, I'm always up for that. I must have done a thousand of these drawings.

7 comments:

Michelle said...

Wow, what a great design! Proof of the beauty in a technical rendering.

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

Thanks for checking out my humble blog!

You're a wonderful artist. Really enjoy your work.

Stephen Gardner said...

Michelle- thanks for stooping by, I've got so many of these drawings but never thought to post one.

Sandy- I'm glad you checked me out, I hope you'll come by again sometime.

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

That's great that you're doing another lecture for the kids, Steve! They need all the information and inspiration they can get.

Stephen Gardner said...

I'm really enjoying the lecturing thing at the moment, I did realize how much I had to say on the subject.
I hope I can find more places to talk.

Sheila said...

Gorgeous! I used to do these kind of drawing [not at your expert level of course] to describe stolen jewelry when I was taking burglary reports. I had a flashback when I saw this.

brandi milne said...

I really like your work!! It's truly remarkable, and I love this ring design!!