Keum-boo, Enamel, Resin and Other Ways to Add Color to Your Metal Clay

On-Demand Access

$137

  • 10+ Video lessons in HD
  • Exclusive bonus content
  • 30-day access to instructor
  • Over 10 hours of in-depth instructions
  • Lifetime access, anywhere, anytime
  • Available on desktop, mobile and tablet
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

What you will learn:

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Class 1:

  • Keum-boo
  • Supplies needed

Class 2:

  • Create pieces for the Keum-boo process
  • Gold foil process

 Class 3:

  • Show Gold solution process using a torch
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Class 4:

  • Enamels and Resins
  • Enamel overview
  • Transparent enamels on silver
  • Opaque enamels on Copper

Class 5:

  • Wet application of enamels
  • Torch Firing and Kiln Firing Enamels
  • Cleaning and finishing pieces

Class 6:

  • 2-part resin
  • mixing and adding color
  • Applying resin to piece and curing
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Class 7:

  • Surface Colors Techniques

  • Heat Set Paints

Class 8:

  • Color Pencils

  • Alcohol Inks

  • Colored Waxes

Class 9:

  • Metal Inks

  • Sealing Pieces

Bonus Items:

  • Downloadable Work Surface
  • Materials List
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About the course

Take your silver metal clay creations to the next level! This course with teach you many different ways you can add color and pizazz to you metal clay creation. A broad overview of what we will cover: Resins and Metal Clay Inks, Paints, and Surface Colors, Enameling Metal Clay, Keum-Boo – Ancient Korean art of applying gold to silver.
 

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: How to Add Color to Metal Clay

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Jewelry makers, people interested in precious metal clay

Main objective:
Enhance your metal clay skills by learning how to add color to it

Prerequisite:
None

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About the instructor

Stephanie Chavez

Stephanie is a jewelry maker and instructor. She is a diverse artist, proficient in many jewelry mediums. Her go-to and preferred medium is Precious Metal Clay (PMC). The metal clay process enables Stephanie to create unique one-of-a-kind jewelry.

While working in the mixed media art industry she took her first class in PMC, was instantly hooked and has been working with metal clay since 2008. After being certified through Rio Grande in 2010 Stephanie began teaching. Stephanie has continued to perfect and share her craft by teaching others how to make their own jewelry and art. She believes we each have the capacity to be inspired creators. Many people just need a safe, fun, environment to explore their own creative limits and that is what she provides and shares, bringing people to the joy that she knows in her daily craft.