Check what Laura Sommers, instructor at Curious Mondo is creating this weekedn
This is how Curious Mondo Beverly Oliwa is creating from her home studio
This was a week filled with cancellations of live events. Many companies are looking for alternatives to in-person events and they are planning to use live streaming to get their message out.
If you’re looking for a studio that’s set up and ready to stream, I’ve got one in Salt Lake City, Utah, and a partner studio in San Diego. We can stream to any platform including: Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, Wowza, Linkedin, Twitch, Periscope, IGTV, and more. We have a few dates still open for March. Get in touch and let’s talk about your project.
Multiple cameras, live editing, live chat and a great experience.
Call us at 801-680-7220
Lots of rescuers are doing all they can to save the life of thousands of animals. Many items are needed.
I’ve posted here some items any crafter can make.
Follow this link to get different patterns
You can ship directly to Australia or to Curious Mondo and we will make sure it gets there. 2875 South West Temple, SSL, 84115
Patterns and and info are from Animal Rescue Craft Guild
Deanna has been taking classes continuously for the past 40 years and has been teaching for 30 years. She taught weaving at the University of Utah for eight years. She has shown her work and won awards throughout the intermountain area. Because of all her practice and knowledge, there is nobody else that you would want to teach how to do a double weave and make it on a 4-shaft loom. The course will go into more detail about Deanna, she will tell you the material and tools needed as well as the books that she likes. She will help explain ways to make the warping faster and easier as well as different threadings and why Deanna changed her way of doing it. She help to describe to you basic lifting to get two layers, shuttle manipulation to put in folds, tubes and openings, and weaving a double (triple) width piece and how to keep the fold smooth. There are so many different possibilities when it comes to using the double weave to your advantage. You can make a piece that is double the width of your loom, a tube that can turn into a bag or a pillow, pick up a pattern or design, and many more possibilities. Anyone who is interested in weaving, fiber art, or anyone who is looking to start a new hobby or career.
If you want to check out how to create a beautiful double weave on a 4-shaft loom, you can get lifetime access to the course at Curious Mondo’s Instant Access Courses.
Tuesday we will be talking about puppets and ventriloquist figures with artist Barry Gordemer. Barry will talk about the creative process, NPR, puppets, ventriloquism and much more
AS usual this will be live and you are welcome to participate and ask questions
We are so happy to announce we are one of the winner of the Telly awards. Category- Online Instructional Bronze.
How to make molds and resin cast BJDs
Talk about a course that goes in-depth. In the past I’ve taken courses on silicone molds and casting with resin. Then whenever I went to cast my pieces I was disappointed with the results. No wonder!
Noemi in this course went through every detail and the most smart ways to have professional level silicone molds and casting the ball jointed dolls in resin.
Even though this course mentions BJDs and those the pieces she shows in the course, this is professional level instruction for anyone interested in sculpting and casting their pieces.
Advanced Ball Jointed Doll Course with Apryl Jensen is going on full force.
On the firs day she covered how to sculpt an advanced body for ball jointed dolls and today she is covering face and limbs.
She sculpts her dolls in polymer clay.
WE still have one more day for the live. The course will cover wigs and costuming as well
Wow! Just Wow!
Beverly Oliwa conquered everyone’s heart and empowered a lot of people to make outdoor sculptures using t-shirt.
Her course is a huge hit and was attended by people in 16 different countries.
Everyone got so excited with this technique, they couldn’t wait to get started.
Most were not familiar with the main product Paverpol and couldn’t believe sculptures with t-shirts could last year in any type of weather.
Look at all the awesome ladies Beverly has sculpted
Can you believe they are all made of wire and T-shirts?
This tipsy lady was one of the bonus classes and a lucky student got to take it home
Everyone loves a fairy in their garden
This was the doll created in class
Her name is Curiosity and she now lives in my home.
Advanced Mold Making for Glass Artists is a course that a lot of people were asking for and here it is.
As usual Jodi McRaney Rusho is rocking again.
So many countries attending this course, it makes our work so rewarding.
This course is covering many techniques on how to create molds. To all personalities and budgets. Very creative ideas.
This one covered on the second day
Warning: some math is in this course
Cement your Creativity with Concrete Jewelry was a surprise to everyone. Nashlah was so excited to teach this course because she now has an addiction for making concrete jewelry pieces.
People didn’t know how fun it is to make concrete jewelry and how they can combine with other mediums they love.
Nashlah has developed some really cool techniques for concrete pieces that no one else is doing and people just loved those. Some was embroidery in concrete, a technique that gives the illusion of carving and many more.
Over 16 different ways to create concrete jewelry and almost 20 pieces made during the course
It looks like Yesterday but it happened last week the course on How to make jewelry using stumpwork embroidery.
Stumpwork is a type of dimensional embroidery. Super fun, easy and fast to make.
Several stumpwork pendants were created in class
Stumpwork started in England a long time ago.
There was a fox brooch and a bunny brooch too
Of course a dimensional ladybug was also part of this course
and of course, Stumpwork Roses, many, many roses.
This course is meant for beginners but everyone learned something.
Kathy Hacking is back at Curious Mondo.
This time she is teaching How to Make Wire Wrapped Hearts.
As usual she rocks our audience and they love her playful personality.
Many say that although they watch a lot of tutorials online, no one explain in such a clear and simple way how to do wire wrapping.
Kathy loves what she does and it shows.
These hearts are stunning and were made on the first day of this course.
There is a lot more for tomorrow.
Wow! Just Wow!. That is what most people said after they watched Noemi Smith give the course Making a Ball Jointed Doll Character with Paperclay.
During 3 days she went into major detail on how to create a ball jointed doll in a professional way. Everything so if you want to cast your dolls later to sell you would have the best prototype to work with.
The joints were advanced and people were mesmerized by how she makes them. And how she works with paperclay was a Wow moment for most.
Noemi is coming back next year with a course on how to make molds and cast BJDs‘