She is well prepared, and that is a good thing. Through making the ring at home in advance, this gain in time can be used for coloring and polishing the resin.
Regardless the time savings, today it isn’t extra advantageous to get started with the silver clay. The outside temperature is a whopping 32 degrees, for Dutch standards suffocating, because of the high humidity. Working with silver clay under these conditions, in principle I wouldn’t advise. Elma has been following the weather forecast, thoroughly read the syllabus and we expect both that the day runs smoothly.
Nothing is less true. While enjoying the wide open windows and doors, 2 ventilators and adequate hydration, she also designs a small pendant, beside the ring. Then both jewelery are colored with pigments and UV Resin. Finally where necessary, the resin is neatly sanded into model and everything perfectly polished, so that creates a beautiful glossy finish.
Enclosed the result, something with which Elma can be more than satisfied. She has designed two beautiful jewelery considering the circumstances. Elma, it was a tough and very hot day and you have fully deployed, thank you!