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Plastique Fantastique 8 week course
at nanopod: Hybrid Studio

Learn how to sculpt, make molds, carve, add pigments, found materials, sand and polish polyurethane resins. 
6:30-9:30pm, 8 weeks, 1 evening per week
Starts Monday, August 16th $250pp includes all materials! ($100 deposit to hold space) 

8 people max. 4 spaces left!

Participants will learn how to properly create open-face and two-part molds for casting Polyurethane resins.
How-to properly mix and pour resins, add pigments, embed various materials, different finishing/polishing techniques and health and safety issues will be covered.
Resource lists of local suppliers will be handed out.
The first evening will begin with a discussion on Health and Safety concerns when working with various resins, then participants will be introduced to sculpting materials and begin to create their first piece(s) for an open-face mold. 

Examples will be on display for use and inspiration.
Each person will create a minimum of 4 pendants, 1 bracelet/cuff, several rings, then a more eleborate design with
techniques learned throughtout the course.
By the end of the course students will know how to make open face and two-part moulds, properly mix and pour Polyurethane resins, add pigments and colour, embed items within resin and finish their resin pieces to a matte, satin and high polish.

Jacques Fortier has been working as a props designer/maker for over 18 years for television and film. His courses are highly informative, fun and bilingual!

Register online through our website: using Paypal

at the studio with Visa, Mastercard, Debit or cash.

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