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Make Projecting Animals Pendants and their Molds

  • Categories Polymer Clay
  • Total Hour 1h
  • Total Enrolled 56
  • Last Update October 4, 2019

Description

 الكورس مترجم للغة العربية. لإظهار الترجمة في الفيديو اضغط cc

Kathryn says, “Comprehensive course. Takes you from conditioning the clay to completing a pendant. Lots of information for beginners and I like that the project does not need lots of special, hard to find ‘stuff’ to complete…. The demo’s are done at a comfortable pace, you can work right along with Maha… The mold making is done without using the somewhat expensive, two part mold making products, and it’s something you already have on hand! … The video camera is well positioned, you can see everything that she is doing. The audio is at a comfortable level and she is easy to understand. In my opinion that is a very good course for a beginner and still has information that someone at an intermediate level would find useful.”

Course Description:

When I first sculpted an elephant pendant; like the one you can see when you preview the course video, I was so excited being able to make it out of such a raw material like polymer clay. But at the same time, I couldn’t imagine that I’ve to do the same work over and over again every time I need to make this same pendant for someone. So I needed to figure out how I can repeat making a pendant like this with minimum effort and time.

Then, it came to me the idea of making a mold out of the shape itself. And by doing so, I was able to make replicates out of the same shape easily and rapidly.  And this is what I’ll teach you to do in this course.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to make three projecting pendants and their molds using polymer clay; a pendant with an elephant, a butterfly and a swan. And by making the molds, you’ll be able to make as much replicates as you wish in an easy and a productive way. Not to mention, that you’ll be able to apply what you’ll learn for making your own jewelry designs using polymer clay.

So the course will explain to you a three step process for designing a 2D projecting pendant;

  • first, making the original shape,
  • then making a mold out of it,
  • and finally making a replicate.

And before starting to teach you this process, I’ll give you the basic knowledge about polymer clay, so if you’re a beginner you’ll have it all in this course.

And if you’ve a prior knowledge about polymer clay, you can skip the introductory section of the course. And maybe you’d watch it later!

One final thing, this course is not like any other free online tutorials; as you’ll have my experience and all what I’ve learned from my mistakes, and that will save you much time and effort. Plus, you’ll have me answering all your inquiries.

I hope you’ll enjoy this course and find it useful. Now, preview some of the course’s videos and if you have any questions you can send to me.

If you’re not satisfied with the content of the course, just let’s know within 14-days of your purchase and you’ll get a 100% refund without having to give an explanation.

Videos from the course

Materials and Tools
Butterfly

What Will I Learn?

  • You'll learn how to make necklaces and pendants with 2D projecting animals and make their molds too.
  • You'll learn how to use polymer clay to make molds and be able to make replicates easily.
  • If you're a beginner you'll gain the basic knowledge about polymer clay first. That includes but not limited to; general properties about polymer clay, conditioning the clay, baking it, storage and safety issues.

Topics for this course

14 Lessons1h

Course Introduction

Course introduction00:02:03
Materials & Tools00:02:14

Basics about polymer clay (For Beginners)

Making a Swan Pendant

Making the Butterfly Pendant

Making an Elephant Pendant

Finishing

EGP400 EGP180

Material Includes

  • Polymer clay.
  • Sculpting tools.
  • Chains and clasps.
  • See (Materials and Tools) video to know more.

Requirements

  • Using polymer clay and some tools you'll be able to make necklaces and pendants with 2D projecting animals and make their molds too.
  • A desire to make things by hand.
  • A willing to learn a new and a simple technique in jewelry design using polymer clay.
  • No prior knowledge is required.

Target Audience

  • Those who love to make things by hand. Or anyone who'd like to make jewelry to sell.
  • Those who are interested in jewelry design.
  • Beginners and intermediates in polymer clay jewelry design.
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