Introducing PMC Pro with Tim McCreight

94 minutes

Learn the what, why and how-tos of PMC Pro with industry leader Tim McCreight. In this class, Mr. McCreight shares and explains everything you need to know to get started with this superior new material.

You'll also hear industry leaders Celie Fago, Jeanette Landenwitch, and Barbara Becker Simon talk about their first-hand experience working with this versatile new material, as well as see and hear them discuss the pieces they have created using PMC Pro.

This is a CraftCast Vintage Video, created before it was possible to incorporate High Definition video, as we do today. How far we have come in such a short time!

Watch and listen as Tim reveals to you all the tips and techniques you need to know to start creating with PMC Pro. Using close-up photographs of each step of the process, plus Tim's detailed instruction, you’ll be creating using this versatile new material in no time!

Class was recorded live so, just like in more recent videos, you’ll hear the live Q&A with other students.

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Tim McCreight is a metalsmith, designer, author, and teacher. He has been working in metals since 1970 and along the way has published two dozen books and made six videos. He is a Past-President of SNAG, and has served on the boards of Haystack, the American Craft Council and the PMC Guild. He has taught workshops in the U.S., England, Canada, Mexico, Norway, and Japan. He writes for several magazines and runs a publishing company in Maine called Brynmorgen Press.

Covered In This Class: 
  • What’s it made of
  • How to Fire
  • It’s significant new strength
  • Benefits for you the artist
  • How to incorporate with your other PMC clays plus examples from well know artists of what is possible to create!
Materials Used In This Class: 
  • PMC Pro

Included with your video is a full-color PDF class handout with teacher's tips, notes and links to all the resources you need to get started.

Please note: this is not a stand-alone guide but simply a quick-reference for your convenience.