Faux materials: Terracotta, Red Wood and Aged Metal

Polymer Clay Course

Author's Technique by Ludmila Bakulina (1h:20m hours course)

Create simple but attractive and unusual jewelry pieces that will look like they were made from natural materials: terracotta, wood, and metal! This course will help you to learn how to make different material imitation using simple materials and tools. In every video, you will find lots of useful tips and tricks for making surface techniques and unique jewelry.

The course consists of 3 parts which include 3 video tutorials, which is clear to understanding. Also, you will get a detailed material list with tools and materials used in this course and also with links where you can find them.

Part 1: Faux Terracotta – Veneer Project & Wearable art – Earrings Project

Part 2: Faux Old Red Wood – Bracelet project

Part 3: Faux Aged Metal – Bracelet project

If your purchase this Course you will get a Discount 20% on your next purchase!

I hope you will enjoy the whole art project I prepared for you! All video has finished process description, clear and pleasant to watch and learn.

So, I believe, that after finishing this course you will happy with the knowledge you got and you will easily create your own masterpieces for selling or for your own!

Faux Materials Course

Terracotta, Red Wood and Aged Metal
$139
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  • 1h:20m hours length
  • 3 Video Tutorials
  • Materials & Tools links
  • Discount 20% for Next Purchase
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Text and video material in this tutorial is Copyright © 2017-2020 by Ludmila Bakulina, of Sweety Bijou, all rights reserved.
That means you can’t share this tutorial, teach or give it to our friends, post the file or contents online, or sell it, etc.
But, you are welcome to sell all your creations, share photos with them or make for your own use.
And I will appreciate if you will credit me while you share your results.