This course is all about PMC3 Syringe. It teaches you how to use syringe and shows you many applications while you make either earrings similar to those shown below or a creation of your own. The learning steps are progressive. First, you practice by using syringe on glass. Then, you apply syringe without accuracy. Finally you apply fresh syringe directly to your creation and learn how immediately to maneuver it into place. So much practice, you will likely be proficient at syringe by the end of this course. A syringe aficionado!
First and foremost, do study these three tutorials on how to use PMC3 Syringe. Then you will be ready to use it as you make your own creation.Metal Clay Tidbits & Tricks Syringe Part 1
Above and beyond the basics in metal clay (which you can learn for free by enrolling in “Your First Metal Clay Experience) you will learn the following skills in this course.
This course has 8 videos.
1 Design Earrings – Ongoing (10:42 in length)
2 Make Earrings Shape (9:27)
3 Syringe Technique (7:51)
4 Add Syringe – Wet and Dry (13:57)
5 Torch or Kiln Fire (4:18)
6 Brass Brush and Tumble (3:31)
7 Patina (2:11)
8 Finish and Add Ear Wires (3:35)
Kris designs and makes fine and sterling silver, minuscule sculptures, pendants, earrings, charms, and rings. Her work features landscapes, wildlife, and tracks. Her main medium is precious metal clay.
Kris is a PMC Senior Instructor certified by PMC Connection and Rio-Rewards Certified by RioGrande.
In 2012 Kris “passed with distinction the certification review” by the Montana Arts Council, signaling that she has developed a sustainable business in art. The additional honor of distinction was awarded based on a demonstrated depth of understanding of her art and the development of a strong brand suited for her specific business niche.
Kris is currently teaching, maintaining her silver business, and working on submissions to the Metal Clay Masters Registry. She is listed as a Master in the Masters Registry, achieving Level 1 in 2017 and Level 2 in 2018.