Boucles d'oreilles Ginkgo en bronze dore avec Sophie Turlur-Chabanon

Dans cette classe CraftArtEdu, Sophie Turlur-Chabanon va vous montrer comment réaliser une paire de boucles d'oreilles en bronze doré texturé avec sa pierre décorative et son attache faite maison en fil de bronze et ruban de soie. Cliquez ici pour la version anglaise.

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Matériel pour réaliser la feuille de ginkgo
• gabarit de découpe de feuilles de ginkgo OU feuille plastique transparente + feuille de papier + marqueur + crayon papier + ciseau
• 15 à 20 g de pâte de bronze doré prête à l'emploi (Meteor clay ou Prometheus)
• pot hermétique de barbotine de bronze doré (argile délayée)
• film alimentaire étirable type cellophane
• rouleau acrylique
• 2 surfaces de travail anti adhérentes
• réglettes cadres de différentes épaisseurs OU réglettes rectangulaires de différentes épaisseurs OU cartes à jouer coupées dans la longueur
• huile d'olive
• eau déminéralisée
• spatule
• cure dents
• pinceau
• cutter
• tampon avec signature (optionnel)
• 2 pierres de laboratoire supportant une cuisson à plus de 800°C (corundum rond lisse de 5 mm)
• pince brucelle
• petit carrelage
• morceau de tissu polaire

Matériel pour le poncage et la cuisson :
• éponges abrasives 3M : rouge (fine / superfine), bleu (ultrafine) et vert (microfine)
• lime plate
• pinceau sec
• feuille de papier
• pot hermétique pour récupérer la poudre poncée
• plaque grille protège feu
• four ménager avec position grill
• conteneur inox 
• four hautes températures type Prometheus ou Paragon ou Météor M40 cloud
• charbon actif de coco
• bloc de gomme pour poser la pièce lors des finitions (optionnel)
• brosse acier
• brunissoir pointe agate
• papier carrosserie à poncer de grain 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, 1500 (optionnel)

Matériel pour l'attache :
• marqueur
• règle
• fil de bronze 0.9 mm
• fil de bronze 0.5 mm
• pince coupante
• pince plate
• pince ronde (optionnel)
• lime
• ruban de 6 cm de longueur
• ciseau
• flacon en verre
• marteau à tête plate (optionnel)
• bloc à taper (optionnel)
• isolant à bijoux (optionnel)

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Sophie Turlur-Chabanon

Sophie Turlur-Chabanon

Since her childhood, creating has always been a second nature for Sophie. She was initiated to multi-faceted techniques such as drawing, engraving, enameling, and mosaics.

In 2005, she handcrafted her first jewelry pieces by combining multi-colored beads and seeds. One year later, she discovered polymer clay which allowed her to make her own shapes, colors and imitations. In 2010, the discovery of metal clay was a real revelation. All her previous work and learned techniques in polymer clay were really useful to switch from one media to the other. In 2011, Sophie was certified in Senior Art Clay. ...
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