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This design was inspired by the Brazilian flag, hence the name. The reduced scissor culet facets give it better reflection coverage and light return side-up, but under point lightsources you may find that the tips of the design will go dark in lower RIs.
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Good in RIs from Topaz (1.61) to GGG (1.96), though you could get away with cutting it in higher materials like CZ.
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If you cut this, please consider posting an image here or messaging me on the forum with a picture of the cut stone.
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Click on this link to download the .pdf file: [[File:Auriverde.pdf]]
 
Click on this link to download the .pdf file: [[File:Auriverde.pdf]]
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== Image Gallery ==
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[[Image:Auriverde161.gif|thumb|right|300px|Render in Quartz with 10° head shadow]]
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[[Image:Auriverde196.gif|thumb|right|300px|Render in GGG with 10° head shadow]]
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[[Category:Designs by Author]]  
 
[[Category:Designs by Author]]  

Revision as of 19:07, 10 January 2020

This design was inspired by the Brazilian flag, hence the name. The reduced scissor culet facets give it better reflection coverage and light return side-up, but under point lightsources you may find that the tips of the design will go dark in lower RIs. Good in RIs from Topaz (1.61) to GGG (1.96), though you could get away with cutting it in higher materials like CZ.

If you cut this, please consider posting an image here or messaging me on the forum with a picture of the cut stone.




Click on this link to download the .pdf file: File:Auriverde.pdf

Image Gallery

Render in Quartz with 10° head shadow


Render in GGG with 10° head shadow