Flamingolady.

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Flamingolady.

Postby ragstian » Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:51 pm

Hi.

Specially made for Flamingolady!
Made in inskcape - plotted on an egg with Eggbot.
http://shop.evilmadscientist.com/productsmenu/tinykitlist/171-egg-bot
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Flamingolady! Keep up the good work!

RGDS
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Re: Flamingolady.

Postby Inkspots » Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:53 pm

Ragnar,
I love that pink flamingo egg!

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Re: Flamingolady.

Postby brynn » Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:39 pm

Oh yes, Eggbot is a fantastic piece of machinery for crafters!

Very nice work Ragnar. And what a sweet gesture :D

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Re: Flamingolady.

Postby flamingolady » Fri Jan 25, 2013 7:15 am

I love it!! of course I love it, lol. Thanks for posting it. That egg-bot thing is pretty cool, wish it could handle more than eggs though, like if it could work to draw it on a piece of paper, as real digital artwork that's been drawn.
Wow, looks like it's got 4 sides.

thanks much!
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Re: Flamingolady.

Postby zero six » Fri Jan 25, 2013 4:04 pm

very nice :)

how many flamingos created in that one egg?
Study study study

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Re: Flamingolady.

Postby ragstian » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:31 am

Hi zero six.
I am not entirely sure I understand your question.
On this one there are four flamingos.
The only pink pens I have is Sharpies - the ink them tend to "float or smear" as it's absorbed by the ceramic eggs (bought in Hobby Lobby).
By using paint based roller tip pens the resolution can be much higher.

I love it!! of course I love it, lol. Thanks for posting it. That egg-bot thing is pretty cool, wish it could handle more than eggs though, like if it could work to draw it on a piece of paper, as real digital artwork that's been drawn.

Flamingolady - what you want is a pen based plotter like we used "in the past". They are still available on ebay! They are much fun. Still have one A4 size Epson HI-80.

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Re: Flamingolady.

Postby flamingolady » Sat Jan 26, 2013 3:44 am

Ragnar,
That pen based plotter sounds like fun.
If you ever get a chance, I'd love to see a link to some of the works you've created with it.
thx

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Re: Flamingolady.

Postby zero six » Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:24 pm

ragstian wrote:Hi zero six.
I am not entirely sure I understand your question.
On this one there are four flamingos.
The only pink pens I have is Sharpies - the ink them tend to "float or smear" as it's absorbed by the ceramic eggs (bought in Hobby Lobby).
By using paint based roller tip pens the resolution can be much higher.

I love it!! of course I love it, lol. Thanks for posting it. That egg-bot thing is pretty cool, wish it could handle more than eggs though, like if it could work to draw it on a piece of paper, as real digital artwork that's been drawn.

Flamingolady - what you want is a pen based plotter like we used "in the past". They are still available on ebay! They are much fun. Still have one A4 size Epson HI-80.

RGDS
Ragnar


hi ragstian, I'm sorry for my english. :D
I was wondering how many flamingos could be drawn on an egg with eggbot.

Bringing what's digital into reality seems fun. :D
Study study study


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