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D&D 5E - Weight of Bolders

I found this on-line (I forget where). Thought I would share.  16 more words


A lesser known engraving technique – Graal

Knut Bergqvist (Bergkvist) developed the graal technique in 1916 at Orrefors. He did take his inspiration from the French art nouveau glass of Daum and Gallé from this time frame. 212 more words

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An Engraving Project – Part 3

While the previous parts of this mini-tutorial (An Engraving Project – Part 1 and An Engraving Project – Part 2) covered the design and engraving in this final part I like to outline the process on finalizing the engraving, aka transforming it into a finished product available for purchase. 213 more words

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An Engraving Project - Part 2

While some of the basics were outlined in the post  An Engraving Project – Part 1, in this second part, I will go into more detail on how the engraving was actually done. 328 more words

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D&D 5E - How far can you see

So What Can I see From Here?

Usually, the limit to how far characters can see will be some obstruction, such as a building, a forest, or some hills. 547 more words


Copper Wheel engraving

Since a number of people have contacted me and asked about Copper Wheel Engraving, here is a link to a video from Kevin Andrews.

COPPER-WHEEL GLASS ENGRAVING – by Kevin Andrews… 23 more words

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