I thought it prudent to remind myself of all the models I did recently.

All customer designs for a local jeweller, based on his customer request, and stone sizes. Interpreting the design brief, and then plenty of iterative designs later, sometimes you get some goof looking designs…. and sometimes pure retail design.

Here are some more models.

Never forget that you are creating something precious for someone else to enjoy. As CAD designer you are required to facilitate the client and the retailer. Your experience will shape your own interpretation of the client request, together with manufacturing constraints.

In the 18 years as CAD designer you realise that your design language is in fact the client’s language. Find another passion to develop your own style…

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