Bimetal Etching Collection
Learn how to add high-contrast imagery to your metal jewelry components by etching bimetals. Nöel Yovovich shows you step-by-step how designs can be created on paper and realized in copper and silver.
Watch how etching bimetals can add high-contrast imagery to your metal jewelry components! Use the agate burnisher to ensure precise detail of your image.
This collection will have you creating unique, personalized metal jewelry in no time! Discover how to add abstract designs, patterns, texture and imagery to your designs without special tools. You'll also see which kinds of designs work best when it comes to bimetal etching. We've even included an agate burnisher with the video to help you transfer a crisp image onto your piece!
See what's inside the collection:
In this video, Noel Yovovich works with copper/silver bimetal, demonstrating how easy it is to etch away parts of the copper, leaving the silver untouched and creating beautiful contrast.
Ensure good detail of your etched image with the agate burnisher knife, which is also a great tool to use on metal whenever a softer touch is needed.
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- I learned a lot!
- This is a video on etching bi-metals. Once you know that and hope to learn that, you will not be disappointed. Even though I've etched for a few years now I still learned something. This is not a video on patina's so don't be disappointed that the teacher will not cover heat patina's on copper. (Posted on 9/29/2016)
- The image advertising this video is misleading - Not worth the price!
- I bought this video, thinking there would be some worthwhile demonstration on the patina featured in the picture. However, the patina "demonstration" was nothing more than a 60-second or less application of Baldwin's patina to darken the copper color. The actual multi-colored patina featured in the picture is apparently a series of heating, which couldn't be demonstrated because the presenter wasn't using a torch that day. I was sooooo disappointed in the brevity and lack of content of this video. This was far less than I learned from a You Tube video for free. What a waste of twenty bucks! I could have gotten several hours of video instruction from a Craftsy video for what I paid for this 40-minute video. Very disappointing. (Posted on 9/21/2016)