ADVANCED KIT (Above)
Includes the book, 1 pair of professional stainless steel German surgical scissors, 500 sheets of silhouette paper, and 1,000 sheets of white paper.
BEGINNER'S KIT (Above)
This kit includes the book, 1 pair of beginner's scissors, 25 sheets of silhouette paper, and 50 sheets of white paper.
PROFESSIONAL SILHOUETTE SCISSORS
Stainless steel, precision crafted in Germany. 1" blade with a 5" shank. These scissors really get into those nooks and crannies. Excellent control, and will last years before needing to be sharpened. These are the scissors to buy if you aspire to be a professional silhouette artist.
BEGINNER GRADE SCISSORS
1" blade with a 3 1/2" shank. Beginner's scissors at an affordable price. Sorry, no left-handed scissors available at this price level.
SILHOUETTES: REDISCOVERING THE LOST ART
A Step- by- Step Guide to the Art of Silhouette Portraiture
Written and illustrated by Kathryn Flocken. Learn how to make old fashioned, hand-cut silhouette portraits—the authentic way! This is the first book that reveals all the "ins and outs" of this unique art form.
With Silhouettes: Rediscovering the Lost Art, learning to cut silhouettes can be quick, easy and fun! From basics to advanced techniques, this book provides you with everything you need to know to hand-cut portraits the authentic way—regardless of skill level or experience.
Learn all the “tricks of the trade” and much more:
• Make hats, glasses, bows, earrings and a myriad of hairstyles
• Cut single subjects or an entire family in a single portrait
• Learn how to work with children
• Cut pet portraits
• Templates are provided to help you practice cutting techniques
• A complete list of materials and supplies
• Handy tips and troubleshooting ideas
Silhouettes; Rediscovering the Lost Art is a step by step guide.You’ll learn the techniques that will get you "up and cutting" in no time.
Order your copy and supplies today!
"LEFTY" PROFESSIONAL GRADE SCISSORS
Stainless steel, precision made in Germany. 3 1/2" shank with a 1" blade. Finger loops are a bit larger. These are recommended scissors for left-handed artists who cut out the left profile, as explained in the book.