How to Make an Art Doll in Cold Porcelain!
Free LIVE Training with Leticia Suarez
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July 25-27, 2022!
from 11:00am-2pm EST
(8-11am PT, 9am-12pm MT, 10am-1pm CT, 3-6pm GMT, 4-7pm BST)
About the course
Cold porcelain is a type of clay that offers multiple possibilities for sculpting. Easy to make at home, easy to color and easy to create bigger pieces!
You can use cold porcelain to create Art dolls, kitchen magnets, cake toppers, ornaments, whimsical figurines and much more. One of the hottest trends in South America is now available to you.
In this online course students will learn:
How to make cold porcelain from scratch
How to dye cold porcelain in any color
How to store cold porcelain before use
What tools are used for this type of work
Basic techniques such as lining the styrofoam spheres, lining the base, giving texture to the porcelain.
All this while you create the most adorable Art Doll with its cherished bear.
Also in this course:
- How to make the human figure
- Modeling of the head
- Makeup of the piece
- Hairstyle and dress of the piece
About The Instructor
In Bellas Artes, I received the title of National Professor of Drawing and Painting. From there I worked in primary school as a visual art teacher. I started ordering cold porcelain souvenirs, a material that fascinated me completely and turned my professional career around!
I joined Utilísima Satelital at the age of 23, as a cold porcelain modeling specialist, participated in several TV shows and was the host of "The Magical World of Leticia".
I have collaborated in the drafting of several Utilísima books and was also a producer of Souvenirs de Utilísima magazine.
I opened my own cold porcelain modeling institute and created the first faculty World of Cold Porcelain Modeling.
I traveled to more than 10 countries teaching my technique to thousands of lovers of Crafts. At the age of 36 I became a mother and dedicated myself fully to motherhood and teaching in my institutes all over the country.
Currently I continue to teach with my team of teachers in person and