After trying to be helpful in explaining what may have gone wrong with another poster's hyperlink within a thread, I came to explain a bit about the use of using text within a field of sentences that I had learned about. I was also contacted after that post from another ArtFire member to further clarify in more detail what I meant with the text links.What I was describing is actually called Anchor Text. This form of a link becomes very useful in SEO and creating backlinks that are relevant to search engines and finding various products of yours or others you want to help promote and share.An Anchor text link is a word or phrase that has been ... » Read More
I recently created a set of Celtic Spiral etched glass coasters and wanted to share the general idea of what goes into making them. These are not as involved as some of the other more complex or detailed images I do, but they still take time with the steps. It also gives an understanding to how these decorative art coasters how they can be different from one to the next.Any art coaster (window, tabletop, etc.) starts with a design or image idea. These were made from a Book of Kells design. After it had been made into a vector art and cut out on the vinyl cutter, it was ready to be laid out and pressed on the glass and sandblasted. Not ... » Read More
Continued from:Etched Glass Coasters - How Does He Do That? - Part OneYou can see that each glass piece has been peeled in a different order. The vinyl resist on the left shows the center as the negative image to the image shown on the right. All four in the set will have one element that is changed to give a subtle unique appearance to each coaster.After the artwork has been peeled for the first stage it goes to the sandblasting booth or cabinet. The coasters are a good fit for doing them here to keep the abrasive (aluminum oxide 220 grit) contained and directly reusable.The picture on the left above shows me holding the glass, but in mos... » Read More
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