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Ashley Li Ye

Nationality: Singaporean
Course: Jewelry Design
Program: One Year Course
Period: Sep. 3, 2018 - Apr. 26, 2019

After graduating with a Diploma in business, Ashley decided to do something she likes and turns it into her career.
She has some experience in metalsmithing and precious metal Silver clay. After winning the competition hosted by Accademia Raici, she started her path in this therapeutic city, Florence.

Jun. 24, 2019 | Posted in Reports, Jewelry Making , | Tags:, Reporter: Ashley Li Ye | Course: Jewelry Making

Jewelry Design vol.21 – One Year 2018 (a.l.y)

Jewelry Design blog
We start off the week by introducing fundamental aspects of jewellery design. The first thing is to explain and show your concept and inspiration.

Jewelry Design blog
After a theme is fixed, a mode board is done to help you with your ideas. You can collect as many as you want of the pictures that inspire you.

Jewelry Design blog
Sketches is drawn when interpreting the mode board.

Jewelry Design blog
Then you can decide which shapes to keep and add on shapes to create possibilities.

Jewelry Design blog
Go into details and let your brain runs free. I have added in some stones to the shape I want, it is essential to try out different results.

Jewelry Design blog
When you run out of ideas, you can sketch more and plays around with those shapes.

Jewelry Design blog
Exotic dishes found in Italy that I have never seen in Singapore. They are delicious although I still don’t know what is the vegetable looks like or called in the dish on the right.

Jewelry Design blog
Florence sky at six A.M. I find that my inspiration usually came from colours and natural, and this is the kind that inspires me.



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