Sculpting the Hand in Clay with Debra Balestreri
Students examine the materials and processes for sculpting the hand using yourself as the live model. They investigate clay sculpture techniques focused on tool use, armatures and anatomy and can explore their own individual styles.
This figurative sculpture class is suitable for beginning students with no art background or intermediate students with a background in ceramics. The class is a series of videos from multiple angles over a series of days where students can watch the instructor create a work from start to finish.
Students can watch at their leisure, take their time, watch the videos more than once and submit questions to the instructor.
All About Paper Quilling with Trupti More
Paper Quilling is the art of rolling, shaping, gluing and making different things with simple looking colorful paper strips. With quilling you can make bookmarks, magnets, cards, ornaments, key chains, multipurpose boxes, frames and lots of things. The sky is the limit.
Quilling has some amazing benefits for kids as well as adults. It works on fine motor skills including coordination and strength. It is a great way to build hand – eye coordination. It also helps in reducing anxiety. Quilling is also relaxing and calming. You also don’t need expensive material.
In this course you will learn basic shapes, basic scrolls, Malaysian petal, beehive technique, how to make jewelry, quilling comb techniques, how to give 3d effect to flowers, 3d flower pot, 3d angel, how to make monograms. Your Instructor Trupti More will guide you through all these steps . As this is pre-recorded course you can watch these videos again and again whenever you get time.
Hand Building for Kids Big and Small with Pam Eisenmann
In this four-part course, students will explore a variety of basic hand building processes to create unique and whimsical vessels and sculptures. Each lesson allows students to explore and build skills in clay using techniques such as pinching, coil construction and slab building, and learn to use clay-working tools. er you get time.
Ceramic Odds and Ends with Debra Balestreri
This course covers some really fun, easy to make ceramic projects that are not normally covered in a typical multi-week ceramics class. And the best part is that all the projects can be done from the comfort of your home without the need of a potter’s wheel! All you need is your clay, a space to work, and a few tools! Topics include making a pinched succulent planter, a painter’s palette, spoons and scoops, a slab-built spoon rest, and a completely slab-built teapot! I also throw in a bonus video about throwing a spoon rest, for those of you who do have a potters wheel.