Learn how to make cute origami stars for table confetti, room decor, and gifts. They can be used in jars, as ornaments, and as gift decorations.
Class size limited. Age limit of 10 and older.
Chainmail isn’t just for fighting — it can be used in art and as jewelry. Join Elonda Castro and learn how to make chainmail into jewelry and other useful items.
Two sessions. Class size limited. There is a materials fee of $12.
Come learn the traditional Tlinget tribe beading used for ceremonial regalia. Bead a patch and take home supplies and knowledge to do more. Emz learned beading from Tlingit natives in Kenai, Alaska. Sewers will find this task easy, others may not.
Class size limited. There is a materials fee of $7.
Come create your own personal magic wand! Learn how to sculpt a durable wand from scratch out of an air drying two part epoxy clay. The workshop will give you experience in how to use this versatile clay, how to sculpt and carve details to accomplish the wand of your dreams as well as a demo on how to accomplish various paint effects and other wand enhancements. Workshop time will allow you to finish your wand but due to drying time of the clay, the painting of the wand is not included in the workshop.
Class size limited.
Learn how to turn a single sheet of 8 1/2 by 11 paper into a little 8 page miniature comic book, coloring book, or zine about twice the size of a postage stamp. Some go even smaller and make postage-stamp sized 16 page versions. What kind of zine do you want to make? Some people make tiny poetry chap books. Others make little fanzines praising their favorite things. These are great for promotional items, party favors, gifts, or as their own stand alone zines.
Class size limited. This is intended for ages 12 and older.
Whether you are a pro artist or doodler, learn how to create your own coloring book page. From concept and sketch to inking and completion.
Class size limited. Age 10 and older.
Have you ever wanted to paint your own miniature for gaming? What about a whole army?
Bryan Little has been painting tabletop figurines for nearly 3 decades and has picked up a lot of tricks and tips over the years. He will show you how to paint your own figures and make them pop on the table top. Everyone will receive a figure to paint in the workshop.
Things you will learn:
- How to start – planning your color choices, paint types, and for table-top gaming, selecting army colors
- Layering – applying paints of multiple types in steps to achieve more depth and life
- Detailing – creative application of battle damage, wear & tear, and paint tricks for making your work lifelike
We will provide brushes and a wide variety of paints to use during the workshop.
This workshop is sponsored by Game Kastle. Attendees will get a zipper bag containing a brush, miniatures, an Army Painter Hobby Guide and a Game Kastle business card.
Class size limited.