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Gemstone Sculptures : How to Sculpt Minerals & Crystals from Polymer Clay

Stephanie Kilgast, Award winning contemporary artist.

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8 Videos (40m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Materials

    • 3.1. Sculpting : Rhodochrosite

    • 3.2. Sculpting : Rhodochrosite with Quartz

    • 3.3. Sculpting : Vanadinite

    • 3.4. Sculpting : Chrysocolla (normally pale blue)

    • 3.5. Sculpting : Agate Slice

    • 4. Final Words


About This Class

An extensive class to go into depth on how to mix colors, what materials to use, which sculpting tools to use to sculpt just any mineral you would like.


During this class I am showing how to make five different minerals from scratch with my own color twist inspired from real minerals.
For inspiration, I invite you to check out my pinterest board :


The class is organized like follow :

1. Introduction
2. Materials
3.1. Sculpting : Rhodochrosite
3.2. Sculpting :  Rhodochrosite with Quartz
3.3. Sculpting : Varadinite
3.4. Sculpting : Chrysocolla (normally pale blue)
3.5. Sculpting : Agate Slice
4. Final Words

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I follow Ms. Kilgast on youtube and she is a true inspiration. Not only is she extremely creative and talented but she's also a good teacher.





Stephanie Kilgast

Award winning contemporary artist.

Inspired by natural forms, St?phanie Kilgast grows colorful organic sculptures on abstract backgrounds, celebrating the beauty of nature and opposing it with abstraction, often a metaphor for the brutal impact of human activities on Earth's biodiversity.
Yet, the opposition between biodiversity and human activities also creates a beautiful artwork, a subtle balance to obtain true sustainability.
She built her reputation and her sculpting skills around hyperrealistic miniature...

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