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To begin with, have a clear understanding of the route you wish to choose: Do you want to specialize in only designing or do you want to design and make Jewellery? For Jewellery designing, you may focus on your illustration and drawing skills. By learning directly under a reputed artist or by taking up apprenticeships, you can learn Jewellery design thoroughly. For several advanced projects, you'll need to be able to use several design software including CAD. Beginner Jewellery designers generally learn how to reshape, resize and adjust Jewellery first. Cutting and setting stones, mold making, and silversmithing are advanced topics that an expert teacher can guide you through in the later stages of your learning.
ipassio hosts some of the most talented Jewellery designers around the world. Teachers at ipassio teach you how to work with precious metals, diamonds, and other gemstones to create the type of Jewellery you like. The entire course is customized as per your desired path. If you do not wish to take a design degree or as a preparation for a degree if you’d like to see how Jewellery design works, courses at ipassio are your best option. For both beginners and advanced users alike, training will be provided customized to their style. The ability to learn in the comfort of your home makes online Jewellery lessons very effective.
Students will be taught some of the basics including rendering illustration, basic drawing, technical drawing, history of Jewellery and silversmithing, and experimental Jewellery designing. In addition to these, they'll also be taught ethnic-contemporary designing and advanced designing topics. Apart from design, our teachers will cover presentation techniques with a focus on gemstone techniques and rendering stone settings also with an orthographic, isometric, and perspective view. Upon request, students will learn advanced techniques such as the study of manufacturing and enameling techniques and portfolio creation.
Jewellers suggest learning about Jewellery fabrication, gemology, and sales to properly understand Jewellery making. You'll need manual dexterity, artistic skills, the ability to use CAD software, knowledge of contemporary fashion, etc in order to excel in Jewellery making. The designs created in 2D design will need to be made into a 3D prototype. It could be through 3D printing, clay or wax molds, etc. Once the prototype is ready, metal is cast by the Jeweller. It is then cut, polished, and arranged with gemstones. With the proper tools and materials, you can even practice Jewellery making at home. Some of the general Jewellery making tools that you need are scissors, thread clippers, graphing rulers, hammers, and mallets.
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