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Rams Head (Tutorial Only)

See stash list bellow for a list of materials needed and if it will just be easier to buy the kit!

 

How do I access it?

You will be sent and instant email on purchase with links etc in it,  although I do advise you to download it after payment from the checkout page - that way you know where it has gone and that you have it!

 

What happens if I loose the email?

just get in touch and I will send you it again, no problem.

 

Suitable for improvers/advanced Needle Felters - preferabley have done a couple of my kits/tutorials

 

What will I learn?

You will learn to make a sheep‘s head and horns.

About proportionality and how measurements work

expression and positioning of eyes, horns etc. to create the look you want.

Blending of fibres

Mounting options (to avoid it looking like a trophy head) are discussed.

Private Facebook group to bounce ideas off eachother.

 

See info section for more details and Stash list

Rams Head (Life Sized) Video Tutorial

وحدة SKU: Stf-Rhto
£50.00السعر
  • Itinerary - 

    Video Tutorial one - Making the basic shape.

    First session (zoom recording) - Making the face and eyes.

    Pre second session tutorial - wrapping the horns

    Second Session (zoom recording) - shaping the horns

    Pre session video tutorial on markings on the horn

    Third session (zoom recording) - Ears and finishing off

     

    Equipment List

    Wire Cutters 

    38* needles and 40s (for the eyes)

    A three inline tool or similar (available from wingham wool works in the UK)

    Needle Felting Pad or Wool block to protect yourself and your surfaces plus wire cutters

     

    Materials List

    (Frame) 5m of 1.5 mm galvanised wire available from Amazon eBay etc

    (Head)400 gms of white carded wool aka slivers or ripped batting. Corriedale or similar e.g. Bergschaf, C1 Pels, perendale etc.

    A selection of grey through to black carded slivers

    (For the horns) about 200gmsof dark fawn, and smaller amounts of gingery brown, dark brown and light brown for the horns. (take photos before you use it for colour reference)

    50 to 100 grams of Swaledale Roving for the top coat or natural fleece (preferable).

    Plus Small amounts of pale sheep skin coloured wool for the nose and around the eyes. 

    Amber, dark brown and green for the eyes. 

     

    N.B.

    The Course is designed around these particular kinds of wool.

    NO Merino!!! It is great for wet felting and for animal pelts but it is too fine and long to needle felt easily. 

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