|Forum topic by EPJartisan||posted 10-02-2012 05:15 PM||2303 views||0 times favorited||34 replies|
10-02-2012 05:15 PM
I got curious what everyone else did on here for signing their work.. so I searched and for some reason became interested in summarizing the findings: from every forum I could find in the search function, making sure tha I am not counting individuals twice, but also adding among multiple categories individuals who currently use multiple methods. Individuals who have changed methods are only counted in their current method category. I have included myself already under carved and stamped
As of : Oct 1, 2012 ~
The methods also seem to be:
I also thought the essay.. I mean post (lol) by Mark A. DeCou in this forum string was great. I sign all of my work, because they are my legacy and I want to be remembered…so I take the time hand carve and (or get lazy and hand stamp) my logo onto my woodwork… logo and date onto all my art work.. but never my signature.. because if they have to remember my logo they will have to remember me.. else what is the point? if it works for silver smiths.. it works for me.
So if you have not posted what you do to sign your work.. please post and I will include you in the numbers above and change the date to most recent update. If you have already posted and want to share again (though I will double check names) if you would be so kind as to add “repost” in to your forum post. If not.. enjoy a bit of info about our LJ community. Thanks
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