- Gebundene Ausgabe
- Verlag: Bonzobucks & Books Pub; Auflage: Spiral (Dezember 2002)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0972660208
- ISBN-13: 978-0972660204
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 28,2 x 22,4 x 0,5 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 317.959 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Passing the Flame - A Beadmaker's Guide to Detail and Design (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – Dezember 2002
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gebraucht, aber sehr gut erhalten, lediglich an einer Ecke geringfügig angestossen.Leichte Kratzer auf Umschlag.
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obwohl es in englisch ist,ist es Schritt für Schritt mit Bildern
bestens beschrieben,mit faszinierenden Fotos der Glasperlenkunst.
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The book is both fun and informative - makes you not want to put it down!
If you are like me, just trying to get started, and not really wanting to spend so much on a book, think again...this book is worth more then you would think - and you really are missing out if you try to skip this!
That being said, Corina Tettinger's book is the perfect follow-up to Jenkins book. Still, it isn't necessary to purchase or read Jenkin's book first, as Tettinger covers many of the same numerous details that you need to know if you plan to get into this type of artwork which requires patience, dedication, and a sense of humor.
This book is wonderful for many reasons, not the least of which is that it is bound in such a way that you can leave the book open to a particular page. So, if you need to prop the book up to look at the technique you are attempting, the book does not "fight" you while doing it.
The book itself is in a large format and the photographs are very well taken (and I speak as somewhat of an expert on this, after 35 years as a photographer) so I always want photographs to "explain" the technique to me as well as the written word.
And you are able to see the technique that Tettinger is describing, step by step, just as in Jenkin's book, which, while less expensive, is also physically smaller.
I also discovered that Tettinger will have examples of her beads for sale on eBay from time to time, and it's fun to be able to contact her if you have a question about a particular bead technique. She is very friendly and humble regarding her work.
If you keep track of her auctions you will see that her beads go for a very high price with many bidders. But like the book, they are worth every penny.
The book is costly,I paid around $85.00 for mine, but I purchased it right after it was printed and I wasn't about to wait for the price to go down, that is how much I wanted her book.
You definitely get what you pay for here. And, should she ever decide to write another followup book that is as large and as informative, I would most certainly buy it.
Passing the Flame is chock full with tips, techniques, funny comments true to Corina's style. It is an enjoyable, useful, inspirational and beautiful book with hundreds of color pictures, and step by step descriptions on glass beadmaking. I can highly recommend it.