Metalwork: Exploring Metal Clay Basics (Video Download)

Get instant access to these how-to's! Master metal clay basics from preparing your work surface to polishing your artwork as you learn how to create your own metal pendants, bails, and more! Now available to download!
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Master metal clay basics from preparing your work surface to polishing your artwork as you learn how to create your own metal pendants, bails, and more!

Join jewelry artist Susan J. Lewis, metal clay instructor of 12 years, in 3 watch-and-learn lessons as she shows you step by step how to transform a tiny packet of clay into stunning handcrafted jewelry

Download your copy of this dynamic DVD to: 

  • Get started the right way with a comprehensive tools and materials overview.
  • Create one-of-a-kind pendants with just the shape, size, and style you want.
  • Avoid mistakes and make the perfect piece with sizing tips and shrinkage must-knows. 
  • Save money with tricks to using that precious leftover clay
  • Make your mark and give your pieces a professional look with texture and finishing how-tos.
  • And more!

SKU: EP2190

Author/Speaker/Editor: Susan J. Lewis

Format: Standard Definition Video

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Some Tools and Materials You'll Need:

·          Silicon work surface
·          Roller (PVC pipe)
·          Thickness spacers (or playing cards)
·          Needle tool, rubber shaper tool
·          Carving tools, burnishing tool
·          Tissue blade
·          Tweezers, makeup brush
·          Small paintbrush, brass brush
·          Olive oil
·          Water bowl, sponge, and squirt bottle
·          Drinking straws, toothpicks
·          Emory boards, sandpaper, steel wool
·          Textures and rubber stamps
·          Hot plate or mug warmer
·          Access to kiln and tumbler

SKU: EP2190

Author/Speaker/Editor: Susan J. Lewis

Format: Standard Definition Video

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