Sunday, June 2, 2013

Cage doll class opening




Hello everyone, I didn't post this class because it filled quickly early on however unfortunately some one had to cancel because of an emergency and if your interested in coming let me know asap.  Here are pics and the deets:  (class is at a private residence in Costa Mesa,CA so I'll give the addie upon registration)




Cage Art Doll
By Robin Dudley-Howes
Saturday June 8
11-5
$85 
all levels welcome

Learn how to make this fun and whimsical cage doll!   No experience necessary.  You will learn some fun techniques that I have gathered in my several years of mixed media using paper clay, simple armature construction, soldering, wire manipulation and techniques in primitive doll painting.   In addition I will show you how to make wings and a formula to add appendages to your doll like bunny ears, kitty ears, antlers etc.  This doll dosen’t require a lot of supplies but you will need to bring the following and I’ll supply the rest:

Material list:
~ soldering iron with ¼ inch bevel tip(no cone tips) & coiled holder with sponge
~fire proof surface (fire brick or 6x6 ceramic tile)
 ~Lead free solder
~One package of Creative Paper Clay (that’s what the brand is called and can be found at Michaels in the polymer clay section).  Bring a zip lock bag to store the clay in.
~ a large tongue depressor or something similar as a tool to smooth the clay
~unwanted newspaper or junk mail if you have it
~masking tape
~ a couple paint brushes to paint the body and facial features like a 1 inch sponge brush and small detail brush
~plastic container for water
~hammer, steel bench block, chain nose pliers, small round nose pliers

I will provide paint, wire, copper foil tape, flux and remover, patina solution, glue and words.  Feel free to bring your own paint and words just in case I don’t have your preference and if you don’t have soldering equipment your welcome to use mine for a studio fee of $5 but please notify me ahead of time. 

Questions?  Contact robin@powerline6.com
















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