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Ron and Terese Team Up on MtG Alterations

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    After 15 years of creating art for Magic the Gathering, Terese and her brother Ron Spencer have decided to team up for some alteration fun! Watch the slide show of how their first one came to pass. If you're extremely interested in having an altered card created by Ron and Terese (and you're familiar with what these cards usually go for on eBay) then contact Ron at ber5erker@hamilton.net and he'll guide you through our process. http://teresenielsen.typepad.com/the_world_of_terese_niels/magic-extreme-alterations.html

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September 13, 2008

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Nana

Great idea. I'll love to follow your other art demos.
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Best wishes.
Nana

Gallegos

Woo Mucha! Woo Klimt!

Very cool, Terese. I've always loved gold leaf and your use of it in your originals. Been a bit afraid to experiment with it myself--I've always liked the occasional use in art history of leafing on lettering in oil paintings. I'd have used it on my Angel Quest piece but was a lil' scared.

I have some pieces coming up this year that I wanted to use it on for lettering, so now I know how! Yay. But ooh, I want the 14k stuff :-(

Jeff Miracola

Great video, Terese. I bet you have a secret "gold room" in your house where all walls, furniture and pets are covered in gold foil :-) I always love seeing your techniques. It looks like so much fun.

Riss

This is so cool of you to share this, Terese. I've always had this horrid fascination with gold leaf (and also Mucha) but I've been a little too afraid of trying it. I think after this I am going to definitely try this out soon :}

Chris

Awesome! Great tutorial, thank you.

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