Check out this article for information about the simple tools you'll need to get a good start in making chain mail for jewelry or armor.
Have you ever thought of becoming an apprentice?
You can use an old saw blade for your artist's 'canvas' and create your own, one of a kind family treasure. Or, you can sell it to someone else. Or, you can buy one that someone else has painted.
This article is about the types of metals commonly available to the metal artist. A description of each metal/alloy and their applications will be described.
Comparing the simularities and differences in brazing and soldering as it applies to aluminum alloys. The techniques of each will be discussed.
The idea of using aluminium and brass for jewellery may at first seem foreign, but whether you are an experienced hand-craft artist looking for something different to try, or a novice who is not sure where to start, chances are you may be pleasantly surprised by the results.
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The oxygen-acetylene torch is a very versatile tool for the studio metal artist. You can weld, braze, heat form and cut steel with a gas torch.
Step-by-step how to for kids and everyone. Includes 9 pictures and real-life experience comments.
Create your own personalized style while saving money with metal hotfix studs or nailheads. Here's how you can apply them with or without something to heat up with