This course aims to provide you with enough skills to work confidently on both metal and resin to realise your own designs
This short course will focus on basic fabrication techniques on metal and simple, easy-to-make shapes and forms and we'll also explore the use of additives and colours and how to embed objects in resin.
We encourage you to bring your own sketches, designs, photographs, found objects or small items you would like embedded in resin and lots of enthusiasm for making!
Starting with basic metal techniques such as cutting, drilling, filling, soldering and finishing, you'll be looking into different types of resin, their properties, how to use it safely, measuring and mixing, removing air bubbles, using additives, embedding porous and non-porous objects, colouring, finishing, and attaching metal findings.
Finally, we'll be learning about basic mould making, and in particular, open molds (ie objects with at least one flat surface and no undercuts). We'll be using milliput or similar material to make basic shapes, or using found objects that can be used for mould making.
The course is suitable for beginners.
|Course dates||Spring dates coming soon!|
|Length||One day a week for ten sessions|
|Day and time||Saturday, 11am to 5pm|
|Maximum class size||10|
A 20% discount is available for:
If you're eligible for the 20% discount, please contact us before booking.
In addition to the course fee there will be an additional charge for tools and materials of approximately £10. Some materials are provided but students will be expected to purchase some tools during the course. A saw frame (£5 to £46) is needed for the first session.
Students are encouraged to bring their own sketches, designs, photographs, found objects or small items they would like embedded in resin.
Booking for this course isn't open at this time as the dates of the next intake are not yet confirmed. Please get in touch for further information or register your interest to receive notification as soon as booking opens.
Please select when you would like to start: