Glass Eyes Workshop
– Creating Custom Hand Painted Glass Eyes –
with Amy Wright Long
Getting Started: Info & Resources
Creating Custom Glass Eyes
Certificate of Completion
About this Course
Skills Focus: Painting, Creation of Custom Glass Eyes
Video Lessons: Videos are divided into easy to digest & easy to reference segments
Difficulty Level: Beginner Friendly,
Fun for Intermediate Crafters
Course Length: This course is equivalent to a half-day in person workshop
Create hand-painted glass eyes customized to perfectly match your felted fantasy creatures!
Skills you will Learn:
- Creating custom hand-painted glass eyes
- Using shapes and colors for eyes that will complement your creature!
Hand Paint Glass Eyes Workshop
Included in this course:
- 24/7, 365 Instant access to the course streamed directly to your computer, tablet or phone
- High quality video instruction divided into short, digestible lessons
- Learn at your own pace and refer back to lessons at any time
- Complete materials list
Free enrollment in this class when you take Amy’s Bug Buddies Class!
**Want to take both the glass eyes class and the Bug Buddy class? Enroll in the Bug Buddies class and then check your email for the voucher code to enroll in the Fantasy Glass Eyes class or free!
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Meet the Instructor:
Amy Wright Long
Amy Wright-Long is a needle felt artist based in Austin, Texas. Her education includes illustration classes at Carnegie Mellon University and fashion history at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. She discovered needle felting in 2016, and after working creatively for many years in other mediums quickly realized that needle felting offered her unlimited potential in expression.
Many of her creations are whimsical fantasy creatures inspired by Muppet creator, Jim Henson and his collaborator Brian Froud, and other Nordic illustrators known for their interpretations of Scandinavian mythology. Amy became known for making realistic opossum families and other realistic woodland creatures, a long with her “Night Friends”, a series of fantasy moths and creatures of the night.