lørdag den 31. juli 2010

A Browse Through My Sketchbook

I just got a new sketchbook yesterday, and I've already filled out some of the pages, with ideas for new fantasy jewelry designs. I wanted to share some of these sketches with you.


A crescent moon design. I love moons, and I've already made other moon designs, but they've all lacked swirls, so this one is going to get lots and lots of swirls.

This reminds me, if of the story about how the moon came to be. There is an old story among the fairies, that the moon used to be a fairy princess. She fell in love with a human prince. But it is illegal for fairies to be seen by humans, thus she could not help herself, and one day revealed herself to him. But he was not a good hearted prince and did not want the fairy princess. Her heart broke, and to punish herself for her stupid mistake, she flew up on the sky, and only came out when the sun went down. There she glowed every night, to give guidance to everyone on earth. The fairy princess' father mourned his daughter and decided that little lights where to be put up on the sky every night, to keep his daughter company, and so it has been ever since.

I am also working on a series of pieces inspired by the 4 elements earth, fire, water and air. Here are some ideas for earth and water designs.

New ideas for old religious symbols. Here I have sketched out ideas for a cross and the hammer of Thor, from old Norse mythology.

So what do you think I should start working on first???

4 kommentarer:

  1. Hi :)
    I read your post in SA and I'm here to help :)
    Well, I love the 1st sketch and it'd be nice to see that moon with all the swirls.

    I hope you keep blogging about your designs.
    Hugs from Texas :)

  2. Thank you Gaby! I'm defidently trying out the moon design soon.

  3. Hi Camilla,
    Love the blog & I adore your designs! Look forward to seeing these come to life! I think they all have huge potential. :)

    Best wishes,
    Leilani :)