Metal Clay and Verre Églomisé: Making a Lotus Pendant
What is Verre Églomisé?
Verre Églomisé is a French term referring to the process of applying both a design and gilding onto the rear face of glass to produce a mirror finish. The name is derived from the 18th-century French decorator and art-dealer Jean-Baptiste Glomy, who was responsible for its revival.
Tracey Spurgin has taken that concept and interpreted it in metal clay and resin creating spectacular effects.
Start with seeing how to create a metal clay lotus pendant with fine metal clay details. Then learn how to create a simple mold to layer with resin. Tracey shows you all the tips and tricks you need to embellish your piece with an endless supply of ideas like alcohol inks, papers, paints, glitters or gold leaf. The results are stunning.
Don’t miss learning this newly interpreted technique from a metal clay master.
- Drafting your pattern
- Creating metal clay pendant
- Creating metal clay fine embellishments
- Mold making
- Resin layering techniques
- Creating a decorative back surface
- Assembly and finishing
- Basic Metal Clay Tools
- Siligum Moulding Compound
- Art Clay Silver 50g
- Vintaj Patina Colours
- Paste Pot
- Syringe – Blue Tip
- Ange Crystal UV Resin
- 2x Embeddable Screw Eyes
- Cord or Chain of your choice
- Sterling Silver Jump Ring
Included with the video download, a PDF filled with notes and all the resource links you need to get started.
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