Illustrated Jewelry: Turn your Art into Wearables

Sova Huova, illustration

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8 Videos (36m)
    • Introduction

      1:23
    • Project: Illustrated Brooch

      1:45
    • Inspiration

      3:42
    • Button Badge

      6:27
    • Paper Brooch

      5:02
    • Traditional brooch

      8:23
    • Plastic Brooch

      8:50
    • Closing

      0:54

About This Class

In this class you will learn how to take your own illustration, piece of art or even a photo and turn it into a jewel. We will work with hand painted original artworks as well as with digital art so you can choose which one is closer to your style. You will learn 4 different ways of making jewelry from illustrations which can help you to grow a product range of your Etsy store or just create cute gifts for your friends.

This class is for illustrators, artists, photographers or anyone creative who would like to try something new. If you enjoy crafting and you would like to design your own unique jewelry, click to enroll now :)

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58 of 58 students recommendSee All

Really nice class, can't wait to try making brooches now! :)
Fantastic teacher and class! I really enjoyed watching this series and learned a lot about the different options for "miniaturizing" my artwork. I found the info on shrink plastic particularly helpful and will add that to the top of my jewelry projects list! The artist's work is whimsical and fun, and I really enjoyed her use of several different approaches to making small, wearable art. Would 100% recommend this class.
What wonderful techniques for making brooches and other wearable art. I love the detailed explanations of exactly how to do each one.
Peggy Hazelwood

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I have always been a mythology and fairy tale lover. I wanted to understand them more so I decided to study ancient religions at Charles University in Prague. I also loved art. When I finished my BA I decided to spend more time painting. I realized these interests can be complementary. The topics I study have often a curious atmosphere which is difficult to capture in words, but easier to express by art. Myths and folklore now inspire my illustrations and my artworks force me to see myths and folklore in a new perspective. 

I also make traditional and digital illustrations for children - educational brochures so far - and I teach art and crafts classes for children. Right now I spend most of the time with my two years old daughter.

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