Lesson 15: The Window
This is an example of a pendant that was developed using principles found in this lesson.
[one_half_last]Historic architecture and ancient art have been used as inspiration for centuries. With this lesson, we start to scratch the surface of this powerful and vast source by using a very fun design method. Come up with ideas and sketches for intricate pendants, bracelets and rings!
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Tools and Materials:
Blank Journal or lots of loose sketching paper Webbrowser Copier or Scanner Tracing Paper Sharpie Pen Pencil Eraser Pencil Blender (optional)
Requirements: You must be comfortable drawing, sketching or doodling.
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.
It is highly recommended that you at least read the previous lessons before getting this one, in particular Lesson 1: The Flower. In particular, Lesson 2: The Star is an important pre-requisite to this lesson.