1 Class Projects
It takes about 28 hours to 60 hours hour(s) to complete each project.
Skills You’ll Learn
How to make a pattern
You will learn how to make head and ear patterns with cat skulls in mind.
Hair transplantation in various parts
Learn how to transplant hair on your head, body, and limbs.
How to build a foundation
You will learn how to build a foundation while being aware of the skeleton and using wires.
The correct answer is that both are wool felt works.
This wool felt work is so realistic that it's hard to tell them apart just by looking at it.
Eye color, coat, beard and facial expression... I can't believe you can make such a realistic cat out of wool felt!
If you take this class, you too will learn the tricks to make realistic wool felt. Why don't you learn wool felting, which pursues the ultimate realism, together?
Just like the real thing?! Pre-orders for the “Wool Felt Class Pursuing the Ultimate Realism” have finally started!
Pre-orders have finally started for the second class of wool felt artist Yamanono, who is particular about authentic expressions.
This class is tightly packed with useful content for those who have experience in wool felting and want to level up further, and those who want to raise the level of finishing their work by extremely basing skills.
Calico cats can be applied to a variety of cat expressions. After attending the course, you might be able to make your own cat as a motif?!
In this class, you will complete a calico cat in one piece while learning wool felting skills.
As you can see by looking at a sample of the work,Calico cats also have white hair, but they are a type that can also be used as pattern practice, such as brown tiger patterns and pheasant tiger patterns. Therefore, it can be applied to other cats by changing the coat color, length, and pattern range.
By making your own and applying the techniques you learned in this class, you will be able to freely make cats with various patterns.Let's carefully learn the skill of applying patterns while imagining the cat you want to make after attending the course.
The trick to mastering realism part ①
Create with an awareness of rhythm by capturing skeletal proportions, muscles, and surfaces
▲Framework for creating a realistic skeleton
▲Original figures to express realistic fleshiness
A method that can only be conveyed by Yamanono, who majored in sculpture!
If you suddenly make a three-dimensional object, the balance between the size, angle, volume, etc. of the parts is not in place, and it tends to take an unnatural shape. Also, if you get too caught up in superficial expressions and techniques such as hair transplantation, your presence as an object will be weak.
In this class, Following the actual position of the skeleton and muscles, we create a framework with wires, capture the target motif in a simple form and flesh it out, and aim for a realistic work with an emphasis on core building.
We carefully lay the foundation one by one while being aware of the weight that is difficult to see and the direction of the parts of the body.
By doing so, you will be able to express silhouettes that are closer to the real thing than before.
I created an original figure to convey the balance of the body in an easier to understand manner. If you wish, please choose a kit with figures and do your research while watching and touching.
The trick to mastering realism part ②
How to use materials that achieve the expression of bloody skin
By sticking to the details of the “eyes” and “ears,” the cat will be finished more realistically.
In this class,Use acrylic paint to create an eyeball. While watching the video, we mix colors together, layer colors, and create gradations to create depth in the eyes.
Also, we will create ears using beeswax. I'll tell you how to express blood and how to make fukuro ear. By making bag ears, you'll get even closer to a real cat, and you'll be even more surprised while making them. Beeswax is also used for the nose. A moist nose that is different from clay will make you want to feel tight.
If you make it while sticking to each expression one by one,
A cat that makes you want to pat it is ready
A wool felt class that pursues realism. Now you can take as many classes as you want for 8 months at a great price for a limited time!
The work I will create in this class is a cat, but I will carefully create the face, body parts, and tail one by one.
We have set up an attendance period of 8 months with plenty of time because we want everyone to learn while having a lot of fun.
You can use it at the early bird campaign price before the video is released.
Please enjoy the experience of raising the level of the work a lot!
“I want to try it! But I'm worried about whether I can do it...”
Do you think that?
If you want to learn well from the basics,
Let's take on the challenge starting with the “First Wool Felting Class”!
※Please search for “first wool felt class” in the search window!
Q. What is the difference between the “first wool felt class” and the “wool felt class that sticks to realistic expressions”?
A. The “First Wool Felting Class” is a class for those who are new to wool felting and want to learn from the basics. This class is for those who know the basics of wool felting but want to improve further.
I will explain it carefully, but if you feel a little uneasy about whether you can continue, you should first take the “First Wool Felting Class” and say, “It looks like it can be done!” Once you feel confident, please try this class.
Q. Can I take this class without taking the “First Wool Felting Class”?
A, of course, you can take the course.
This is not a continuation of the “First Wool Felting Class,” so it's okay if you take it from this class.
However, basic content is not included in this class, so if you are inexperienced in wool felting, we recommend that you take the “First Wool Felting Class” or try making a work with wool felt once before taking the course.
If you have created works with wool felt, and if you can do detailed work, I think you will be able to create them even if you start taking this class.
A long time ago, my mother opened a patchwork class and shop, and she used wool felt as part of her bag.
It started when my mother asked me to “make something with this” because the wool was left over.
After a while, I wanted to do work related to making things, so I remembered wool felt, and began making.
I'm majoring in sculpture, and I'm particular about creating authentic works by making use of that knowledge.
I will make use of my classroom experience to teach in an easy-to-understand manner even for beginners.