Beginners Wax Casting Course- Pt 2
Part 2- wax casting
This is a follow on course from our beginners wax casting and carving and for previous students of that or any other wax course- please just tell us what you have previously learnt.
In this course we will cover:
Other types of wax and what jobs they are good for and planning your design around which wax will work.
Pouring wax and moulds
Introducing texture and patten
Correct methods to join wax join wax together- please bring glasses if you are optically challenged
Other methods to manipulate wax
In this course you can make earrings, pendants or rings and will have plenty of time to play. Please note there is no finish off in these classes, they are wax time only, You will have learnt to finish off in your first beginners course and we will talk through using that information when designing your next pieces.
- The different types of wax that are available
- What wax to use for what job
- Planning your work
- Finaihed wax models to cast and skills
Park and enter the studio from Richardson Street.
Free parking on Richardson street and around. The no. 1 tra, goes along Victoria Avenue and walk along Richardson Street.
- An apron and good glasses if need for close up work
Casual clothing, hair tied back, closed toe shoes.
Wax work students
Vendor since 2017
We are a collective of designers and makers curated by Eran Naylor (owner and designer) creating and bringing to you beautiful and organic jewellery, bags and home wares. Our house label of jewellery and bags are made here in our studio. Our inspirations for our collections come from designs and patterns from the old Mesopotamian regions, India and South America, transferring the beauty of older times to bold, classic pieces that can be worn or used with ease today.
We also run a school of craft, where we invite exciting and innovative teachers to come in and teach classes so that you can learn new skills from them. These are run in one of our two beautiful spaces in and around our shop and studio.
At Studio Kingfisher, we don't offer a refund policy once you book your class. So, please make sure you read the class description thoroughly and take a good note of the dates. If you cant make it, you need to let us know at least one week before the class commences and we will book you onto the next class with that teacher that suits or issue with a gift voucher. If you cancel any later than one week, your ticket will be forfeited. You are welcome though to transfer the ticket to a friend.
Please note that some classes will have minumum attendees for the class to go ahead, if that minumium is not met one week before the class and the teacher cancels, you will be offered a full refund or an option to transfer to the next class.
If in an emergency the class is cancelled at the last minute, again you will be offered a refund, another class or a gift voucher.
Upon booking this ticket, it is expected that you:
- Be over 16 years of age
- Are reasonably fit to to take the class
- Turn up in a respectful manner and are respectful to the learning enviroment of the class and to all others present
- You have read and are agreeing to our refund policy
- Are willing to learn
- Will turn up on time, if not, the class will go ahead and the teacher will catch you up at the nearest chance