Jewelry Designers: Bringing the Bling to Life
Sep02

Jewelry Designers: Bringing the Bling to Life

Article Written by : The Official Law Of Attraction Jewelry Designers; making our Jewelry Design Dreams Come True The person that is responsible for planning, blueprinting and also constructing this, “wearable art is” known as Jewelry or Jewellery, is called a jewelry designer.  Jewelry designers are often required to think and work using both sides of their brains, in that they must be very precise, analytical, skilled and creative all at the same time.  Jewelry design calls on a unique combination of all of these skills to operate in concert in order to produce, original; yet extremely high quality Jewelry.  Jewelry Designers must be able to use their unique combination of skills to bring an item from concept all the way through to creation.  In most professions, an individual would have the luxury to be only responsible for one phase of production, not all of them. Modern day jewelry designers are now also thoroughly trained with knowledge of gemology, metal-smithing and rendering.  These skills must all work together so that the Jewelry designer can successfully serve the widest range of buyers. Modern day jewelry designers typically design and create a wide variety of jewelry styles.  However, some jewelry designers choose to specialize in working only on a specific type of jewelry and specialize soley in one particular niche.  These types of Jewelry designers might only produce necklaces, or  bracelts, for example.  On the other hand, some designers choose to specifically create jewelry for select events or groups; like wedding jewelry, ethnic jewelry or say the entertainment community. Historically, designers would first begin to brainstorm and transfer their abstract ideas and concepts to paper. The concept, planning and design process used to be done via paper using a drafting pencil.   Now, however, thanks to quantum leaps in computer technology, this phase is all done via the use of computer software.           Once a jewelry designer comes up with a solid design blueprint, typically using CAD or Computer aided design, they then move forward to the protype phase of the process.   If the piece that they are working on is a custom piece being specially designed for a client they may have to take some time to truly review the design via a detailed 3d rendering that shows an almost real-life example of what the ring will look like.   Most modern CAD programs allow the jewelry designer to show the ring from every angle imaginable.  Alot of the times, the client will ask the designer to make changes and will have their own ideas they’d like the designer to implement. Once the designer finalizes the...

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