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Summer was glorious in Europe and is especially a time for inspiration and a time to enjoy all the beautiful colors like these traditional Dutch Tulips.
I've always been interested in insects and the complexity of casting these insects in silver with as much detail as possible still intact after the cast.
I handmade this titanium spider brooch for my sculpture “Nest”.
And these are a few insects cast in solid silver. You can find an explanation of How to Cast Insects here.
Keep an eye on the Jewelry Making Videos and Jewelry Making Tools and Tips sections on the website, where new updates are regularly posted like the video on Sand Casting Delft Clay Part 1 and Part 2 , which aact as supplementary to the Tutorial on Sand Casting Jewelry – Delft Clay.
To continue on the nature theme, the next tutorial is the summer queen of the insects. The dragonfly has for centuries been a subject of intrigue.
Question – "After buying a tutorial can I sell the jewelry made?"
We are absolutely hundred percent behind our students who want to learn how to make a specific ring, master the techniques and then sell exactly the same or a modified version of that ring. As a tutor our objective is for you to be successful. We love getting feedback and knowing you sold your work,
All the best and go sell, sell, sell.