Introduction to Welding and Metal Sculpture

The Art of Welding Birds

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What you will learn in this welding course

01

Project 1:

  • Intro and bio
  • Overview of what class will cover
  • Materials & Tools
  • Bird Sculpture with Rivets
The Art of Welding Birds
02

Project 2 & 3:

  • Welded Bird: "Pre-Flight"
  • Welded Bird: "Blue Jay" 
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03

Project 4 & 5:

  • Welded Bird: "Red Cardinal"
  • Welded Bird: "Google Photos Bird"
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The Art of Welding Birds

BONUS!

  • BONUS ITEM: Materials list
  • BONUS ITEM: Chat transcript
  • BONUS CLASS: Seahorse
The Art of Welding Birds

About This sculpting course

Discover the tips and techniques that will make welding birds easy and fun. Join Michael Vivona for this easy-to-understand, step-by-step course for creating some of the most attractive welded bird creations! Easy to follow for the beginner or advanced welder. We'll create birds from cutlery, shop tools, and even rivets!
 

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: The Art of Welding Birds

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Sculptors, crafters, anyone who loves welding, sculpting, or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
Learn how to create birds from cutlery

Prerequisite:
Requires a welding machine.

Michael Vivona Curious Mondo Instructor

About the instructor

Michael Vivona

Michael Vivona born and raised on Long Island N.Y. Michael served as an engineer in the U.S Army from 2008-2012 and only after buying his own house finally had the proper space to create in. Michael started with vintage tins and utensils and that has slowly evolved into the bigger more complicated sculptures he's creating today. He has made and sold hundreds of sculptures to people all over the world and loves sharing his knowledge with curious people. You can see more of his work on Instagram @vivona_Art Facebook @vivonaart or his website vivonaart.com