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This instructional video covers the use of the RingMaster system for making virtually perfect rings out of metal clay. http://www.metalclays.com/ring-master-systems
For the the products used in this video please click this link: https://www.cooltools.us/Video-Enameling-with-Stencils-by-Jan-Harrell-s/2567.htm Jan Harrell, Enamelist, Metalsmith, Sculptor and Instructor at the Glassell School of Art in Houston, TX visited Cool Tools to demonstrate how to enamel using stencils. Jan places multiple coats of enamels on earring components and other pieces of metal, making these pieces really pop! She shows how just small parts of stencils can be used to create beautiful patterns.
A really simple focal bead that makes a great centerpiece for so many beading options you will want to make these in many sizes and colors. To make the pencil stroke flowershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYSkX-kNzck&t=2s To make the rhinestone podshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zaJY_o-VmI&t=4s www.facebook.com/turtlesoupbeads www.etsy.com/shop/turtlesoupbeads For most of my flowers I use a10mm rhinestone rivoli you can get them from ebay
Hey Guys! I've been able to play around with my curio for a few days now and the most common question is "what's the difference between it and a Cameo?".
Improving a ship build with photoetch rails is one of the most common and effective ways to add realism to your finished product. Despite this, it can be a difficult skill to master. Here's my take on the subject, with a description and demonstration of the tools and techniques that I use to add these details to my 1:700 projects. Like it on Facebook: www.facebook.com/themuseummodeler Read the blog: www.themuseummodeler.wordpress.com
If you are interested in the products used in this video, please click this link: https://www.cooltools.us/Video-Introduction-to-the-Silhouette-Curio-by-Cindy-Pope-s/2619.htm
In this video, Cindy introduces the Silhouette Curio machine. She includes detailed instructions on software, which cutting tools work best and her tips for success. Artist and instructor, Cindy Pope, started creating jewelry in 2007 and fell in love with the jewelry arts. Once she stumbled upon metal clay she became instantly enamored of the medium. Cindy started out with Precious Metal Clay Rio certification and metalsmithing classes and she is one of Hadar Jacobson’s first Cadre of Base Metal Accredited teachers. When Saul Bell Award winner Wanaree Tanner came out with the concept of cutting and etching metal clay with a machine designed for paper called the Silhouette, Cindy jumped on board with the new technology and has become one of the most recognized teachers in the field internationally.