Casting in the jewelry industry is a tried and true practice for making multiples of a single design or making several components to be put together afterward. Several well-known artists and companies such as Tiffany, have used casting to create a line of jewelry distinctly their own.
Designing a Metal Clay piece master for casting is a bit different than regular jewelry design. Not all designs are good candidates. Covered here is a step by step of the process and designing dos and don’ts. In addition, you get invaluable advice about finding a caster, discussing your job, and communicating your needs effectively.
Design to Cast Jewelry Line Tutorial by Holly Gage
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