Lesson 04: The Person

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[one_half_last]Have you ever suffered from fear of taking on a personal jewelry commission?

Creating personalized jewelry for someone you don't know (or worse, for someone you DO know) can be a daunting task.

In this lesson you will:
  • Understand what it takes to make personalized jewelry special
  • Remove the fear of designing for people, even those you don't know well
  • Learn to collect the right kind of information from commissions
  • Uncover FOUR different foolproof methods of designing for people

Detailed case studies included

Format: Downloadable PDF Document

Delivery: Link sent to your email

 

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Tools and Materials:

Blank Journal or lots of loose sketching paper Sharpie pen or Pencil WebBrowser

More Info:

Pages: 23

Steps: 19

Requirements: You must be comfortable drawing, sketching or doodling.

For best results, you must be comfortable with one or more jewelry making techniques which allow "shape forming", for example silversmithing, metal clay, wire-wrapping, sculptural seedbeading, glass, etc.

 

This is what people said about this lesson:

 

This was SUCH a helpful lesson. I make a lot of jewelry for friends and family. This lesson gave me new ways to focus each person's likes and favorites and encouraged me to write them down on a card.......something I have never done.

It also gave me hints as to how to find inspiration for new designs for these folks. I'm really excited to start to develop profiles for each of the women and may even try some designs for the guys.

As always, there was a lot of doodling in working out the disigns and I find this most helpful in working out designs,. Prior to taking this class, I felt I had no drawing skills and merely jotted down ideas then a series of lines or x's. Now I feel like a pro! StregaJewellry via JewelryLessons.com

 

 

I think anyone who is interested in design and challenging themselves will appreciate and benefit from this well-written and enjoyable tutorial. It's a mini-workshop! It's really got me thinking about people I already know and what I could design for them! It also gives me the confidence to think that personal jewelry design could really be fun and rewarding. Sometimes all we need is a little encouragement and a method that we can follow. This tutorial does a wonderful job of showing that if we are mindful of the people we create for ~it can bring out designs that we would never have previously dreamed of! Koreakiwi via JewelryLessons.com

 

Over 500 people have downloaded and enjoyed the teachings from this lesson.

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