Pendentif Creux imitation céramique avec Sylvie Peraud

Dans cette classe en deux parties, vous apprendrez à construire une forme creuse complexe en pâte scrap. Vous la recouvrirez ensuite d'un dégradé imitation céramique et le décorerez d'une grosse boule creuse.. Vous aborderez également la fabrication de formes creuses par un procédé différent et verrez comment finaliser le montage du pendentif. PDF du cours inclus. 3 Broadcasts. In English.

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Liste du matériel :
• une machine à pâte
• Argile polymère - paquets de 56g :
     • 1/2 rouge, 1/2 or, 1/64 bleu ultramarine, 1/128 noir de Kato Polyclay ou autre marque de pâte de votre choix
     • pâte"scrap" environ 56g • Kato Polypaste ou polymère liquide
• UTEE noire (poudre à embosser épaisse)
• lame rigide et scalpel
• rouleau acrylique et rouleau fin type tube de laiton
• grosse aiguille à tricoter
• une aiguille fine
• compas, règle, crayon, ciseaux, feutre et papier
• talc bébé
• du bicarbonate de sodium (pour la cuisson)
• mini perceuse (type Dremel) et mèche de 2mm
• colle CA type super glue ou Poly Glue
• un support de cuisson rond type ampoule ou presse papier en verre
• 2 emporte pièces ronds diamètre : 4 et 5 cm
• 2 grosses billes en verre rondes

Liste du matériel de ponçage :
• grille de plâtrier
• éponge à poncer gros grain
• lime demi-ronde
• kit de ponçage Micro-mesh ou papiers de carrossier du n°400 au 1200

Liste du matériel pour le montage :
• buna cord 2mm pour le montage (45 à 50 cm selon la taille de votre cou)
• un fermoir
• deux embouts de cordon
• deux anneaux
• une tige à clou pour servir de passe fil
• deux perles intercalaires ayant un trou de diamètre de 2mm
• 2 "O" rings noires 2mm (optionnel)

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Sylvie Peraud

Making jewelry has been part of Sylvie’s hobbies since childhood. Beads when she was young, melted recycled plastics later and polymer clay since 2005. Inspiration is everywhere around her, when walking in the nature, when discovering other art mediums, when reading a book. What she loves best is making faux: faux wood and faux stones. The closer she gets to the real material, the happier she is. Working with a medium as versatile as polymer clay makes it endless.

When working with polymer clay, there are no limits other than those you fix to yourself. It has led Sylvie to create a simple...
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