Live blog giveaway results
Results of the SueLacy Wired live blog drawing
Congrats Paul, Deb, and Jessica!!! And thank you for taking the time to post these great comments on the live blog during the conference:
"Thanks for posting these inspiring photos and video clips. I need to try the patina (ammonia and H2O2) method. Disproportionally awesome results given the inexpensive materials. CLB is one of my heroes."
"WOW! Stunning work. I love how the fold forming is being pushed into new territory. Thank you, Sue!"
"These demonstration images are great. I so wish I could have been there to see all of these in person. The videos are great as well. This particular cross fold is beautiful. Thanks for uploading all the pictures and videos for all of us that could not attend."
More to come
I've enjoyed all the comments and will add a post soon that shares feedback from blog visitors as well as feedback from class attendees. I'll also be posting one or two short video clips from the conference in the next couple days. Catching up on family, too, so they will dictate the timetable more than I will. ;-)
August 2012 on SueLacy Wired is dedicated to the 5th annual Charles Lewton-Brain Conference on Foldforming, taking place Aug 3-6 at the Center for Metal Arts in downstate NY. To view the series, click category "5th Annual Charles Lewton-Brain Conference" in the far right column on this page.
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2/22/2021 06:42:34 pm
My father (Paul Rueger) invented this. I saw that some other man claimed that he invented it, but he doesn't have the right last name. Funny how some will take others credit.
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