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 Boxes
In lay metal cut with “Dry Point” tool. Pewter.Ballerina: puffy metal (pewter) created with the “Wooden Thumb”
Detail BallerinaBallerina Background: Lines made with the Refiner and Teflon D-01Detail
 Candles
Pewter candle. “Dry Point” tool was used to cut the metal.DetailEmbossed pewter. Tools used: Double Ball and Teflon D-01
DetailFlat Technique.  Tools: paper stump, Refiner, Teflon D-01. Border: Big wheelDetail
 Frames
Techniques used: regular embossing and flat technique,Scroll detail.Small pewter frame.
Detail.Scrolls frame.Detail. Used tools: Cup and Ball #3 and  #6. Refiner. Teflon D-01
 Cross
Wooden cross in pewter (by Alejandra Barrenechea).Resin figure covered with pewter (that’s how malleable it is!)Lace looking edge cut with the “Dry Point” tool.
Detail. Cloud scrolls made with Double ball.Detail. Dots border done with the “Big Wheel” tool.Detail.
Detail: Tools used: Refiner and Teflon D-01.Detail.
  Icon  
Guadalupe Icon done in pewter.Detail: Cabachons (metal cut with Dry Point tool).Detail. Golden rays painted with Negro Betun de Judea.
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  Miscellaneous  
Leather Photo -Album with pewter medallion.Glass bottles with pewter embellishments cut with “Dry Point” tool.Clock with pewter embellishments.
“Bodegon” (Still Life) in pewter. Color given with stained glass colors (solvent based). Another option: “Piñata” alcohol inks by Jacquard.Mayan Goddess(By Paco Cabuto).  Both techniques: regular and flat embossing.Detail. Color details with Betún de Judea.
Detail.Detail.Pewter.  Based on an original design by artist  Lanny Lundquist.
 Colored Aluminum
Red and Bronze aluminum hearts using stencil and moldsColored aluminum assorted giftsBronze aluminum
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