Bracelet Manga! avec le Donna Kato

Version française. Manga! Dans cette classe de niveau intermédiaire et avancé, les élèves feront leur propre accessoire de mode en argile polymère. Ils doivent être familier avec le ponçage et les techniques de finition qui ne sont pas enseignées dans cette classe. Version: English, German, Spanish.

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Liste du matériel nécessaire :
• Argile Polymère : Rouge, Orange, Magenta, Jaune, Vert, Violet - 1 paquet de 56g de chaque couleur et 2 paquets de Blanc - J'utilise la Kato Polyclay
• Pâte scrap (restes) - environ 170g
• Kato PolyPaste
• Polymère liquide - J'utilise la Kato Clear Medium
• Une armature rigide de bracelet - temporaire, elle ne restera pas dans le bracelet
• Papier aluminium - léger, 5 feuilles d'environ 30cm de côté
• Emporte pièce rond - J'utilise un Kemper Cutter de d'environ 2cm de diamètre
• Papier sulfurisé et scotch
• Machine à pâtes - J'utilise une machine Atlas, cran indiqué entre ( ) dans les indications
• Scalpel
• Lame rigide (Nublade)
• Rouleau acrylic
• Outil pointu ou aiguille
• Des outils de sculpture - les outils de dentiste sont super

Pour cuire et faire les finitions:
• Bicarbonate de sodium et un plat
• Eponge à poncer à grain moyen
• Eponge à poncer à grain fin
• Un bol d'eau et quelques gouttes de savon
• Papier à poncer gros grain n° 250

En option :
• Pour un rendu satiné : papier à poncer n°400 et 600
• Pour un rendu très brillant - Kit de ponçage Micro Mesh et un touret à lustrer électrique - être familier de l'utilisation des Micro Mesh.

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Donna Kato

Donna Kato owes her career in clay to procrastination. You see, she was supposed to find a demonstrator for Kemper Enterprises at what was then known as the ACCI Show, and she didn’t. Having painted herself into that corner, she had no choice but to demo her way out.

Having been born with that “sure, I can do it” attitude, she forged ahead into what were parts unknown and discovered she really liked demonstrating, she really liked the art and craft industry. Through demonstrating, she discovered she loved to teach! She already loved polymer clay so she...
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