Online Distance Learning Course
Theta Globe

All of our online distance learning courses run as private Facebook groups. This is the only way you will be able to access the course content. After completing your registration you will be directed to the private Facebook group where you can request to join. We will accept your request as soon as possible.

This particular course is most suited to the advanced metal clay enthusiast.

Learn how to make this intriguing Theta Globe. Create a feature pendant or multiple beads. No special tools or equipment are required; just your regular metal clay hand tools. This amazing project has been split into five pre-recorded videos lasting 1 hour 45 minutes. It is an advanced class - you will need a good level of experience of working with metal clay.

For a fraction of the cost of joining Tracey at her studio you get full detailed instructional videos & support documents as well as live interaction with Tracey for full support & to ask her any questions you might have. We also encourage you to post pictures of your achievements & chat with other group members. This course offers amazing value for money. You can join this course at any time.

Please note that you will be added to the group manually. You cannot download this course yourself

What We Will Cover

This course covers one advanced project. For your convenience we have split the project into several parts each with its own video. We suggest that you watch each video all the way through, then watch it again in small sections as you work through the project.

  • Introduction to the tools materials and equipment
  • Health and safety
  • Preparing the template
  • Preparing the clay
  • Construction of the globe
  • Creating trim and other embellishments with themed elements
  • Firing - times and temperatures
  • Polishing
  • Patina
  • Troubleshooting tips
  • Resources
  • Supplies
  • Progression

Materials Required

  • 15g of PMC Flex or more for multiple or larger pieces
  • Paste pot (any brand)
  • Syringe (any brand)
  • Silicone moulding compound
  • Very small amount of polymer clay

You will be encouraged to post pictures of your work and Tracey will give you ongoing feedback. You will also be able to join in the discussion with other group members. You will be able to pick up heaps of experience from each other.
Please note that if you want to sell any jewellery that you make using silver clay, then in the UK you are legally required to add your hallmark to any item weighing 7.78gm or more. Further information is available in the Hallmarking page.

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