***THIS IS A DIGITAL PRODUCT***
Learn how to create your own version of one of Sandy's most popular sculptures: the steampunk dragon.
In this class we will cover all the steps in this very detailed project starting with where to find inspiration for the attitude, mood and pose of your dragon. You'll get lots of ideas for props, inclusions and extra things you can add to your creation.
We’ll then start by building an armature that will be the skeleton for your dragon’s body. You'll learn how to build it and get tips and tricks along the way for achieving exactly the look you want.
After that we'll add all sorts of fun details including faux metal plates, a variety of steampunk gears, and the coolest looking wings. You can even give your dragon its own brass goggles if you like.
We'll also look briefly at how gears in a clock actually work. Nothing too technical, but it will help us get a more realistic effect.
Along the way Sandy will show how to correct problems, personalize your project and give design tips so that when are you done you will have an amazing piece of art!This is a polymer clay and mixed media online workshop, you receive a PDF with links to download your videos.
9 videos and and 2 PDF documents with a materials list and outline of the workshops
*Originally part of the digital PCA 2019 experience.
*Please note- the class is optimized to download and save onto a computer. On a tablet, you may PLAY and WATCH all the videos to your heart's content as many times as you like, but you may not be able to download them to keep. Please login to a computer to download and keep the video files. Most tablets and phones are not equipped with the amount of memory needed to download large video files.
***You will receive a download that you can use over and over again.***
I’ve rarely met a craft I didn’t like, and have all the gadgetry to prove it! You’ll often find me in my studio where I make mixed media tutorials, create fantasy figures, sculpt fairy gardens, and play with polymer clay dragons.
Watch my polymer & jewelry video tutorials at YouTube.com/c/KeepsakeCraftsSandyHuntress