We had a customer come in that Carter helped with a custom piece but he needed a drawing right away. We called Tim at home and Tim drew this custom piece up at home on his day off from his memory of the Aqua. I think it Turned out amazing!!
Spring is certainly in the air, it’s wedding season! Here is a wedding set that Tim drew and then I did the cad work on. In this case Tim drew up a set that the customer then approved, iÂ took his drawings and did a CAD design with true measurements of the diamonds and made sure it had the same feel as what he drew. Hope you like!
This is the drawing Tim did of both the Engagement ring and the band
This is the cad render of the same ring.
This is a different angle that better shows how the rings will fit next to each other.
Did you know that Tim hand draws your ideas as he is sitting with you. Tim is one of the best at bringing your ideas together and putting them on paper to see. These drawing where done for a client that we are remounting many older diamonds they brought in. almost everybody has older pieces they no longer wear, Bring em in and lets make something new!
This is the final hand drawn render that Tim did from the design appointment.
These are the 4 designs that Tim did in the appointment. The one with the star is the one the customer choose.
Ryan sent this ring that used to be his wife’s dad’s to us and was looking for some ideas to make it into something that his wife could wear. After a couple of ideas and a little tweaking this is the final piece. I designed this one myself and am very happy with the way it turned out.
This is a render i just put together to send to a customer for final approval that I liked so much i wanted to go ahead and post even before Judy approved it.Â Computer renders take longer to do than a standard hand draw render but they offer more flexibility than a drawing in that I can turn the model and let you see any angle that you like.
3 view computer render for customer review
than a drawing in that I can turn the model and let you see any angle that you like.
We had these absolutely wonderful briollette cut lemon quartz in our case. Tim had just been dying to do something with them as they where wonderfully cut. Briolette cut gemstone first became popular in the west when they arrived in Europe from India in the Victorian age. This particular cut was used by the rich and hung from their turbans. As the stones moved around the would catch the light and sparkle from any direction, perfect for earrings!