I'm particularly proud of them, because unlike past jewelry stones I've made, I made them without any sort of leaning on Zbrush matcaps. With my other stones, I would basically bake the texture of a Zbrush material and modify it, while in this case I started with a red circle, and after a lot of playing with gradients and blending layers, ended up with a gem.
Nevina is gaelic for "worshipper of the saints", which I found fitting for a Celtic cross necklace. It's unrigged for easy modification, and the pendant is a separate object so you can adjust the angle or size for a perfect fit. On one hand, it seems like something from the middle ages, on the other, it's modern enough to be timeless.
On the marketplace: 250L