It's been 2 years since I've seen Andrea! I've been to NC Black's micro-forming/ engraving workshop back in my undergraduate at Studio Delucca, Long Beach, CA. It was a great workshop to learn microforming/anticlastic/syclastic/micro spiculum & hammer engraving.

Visit NC Black for more info. In the span of last two years their hammer & block selection has expanded. (One hammer is now named Angelina, my buddy who works with Schmidt studio!).

Here are some photos from the workshop, enjoy :)

Andrea making micro spiculum
Various samples
I love their tiny-well made hammers <3
Andrea closing the spiculum form with a tiny closing hammer
I got to see the finger spiculum
that Angelina made for Rihanna's music video!

Thank you Andrea & Chuck from NC Black!

Again thank you for visiting SDSU :)

http://metalbakery.blogspot.com/2012/11/nc-black-sdsu.html

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