I've raved about the GemSeekerStudio's wonderful wire work tutorials before. See links below.  Here is another set of this Canadian's talented work, this time for wire crochet earrings designs
Some of my favorites include the dragon wings as well as the half circle ones.  The scallop style wire edging around one of the round pairs is a nice touch. 
Some basic metalworking skill is needed to form the frames and ear wire parts from 20 G wire. Otherwise the wire crochet with 26 or 28 G wire is accomplished with a crochet hook. You can experiment with hook sizes. I usually use 1 mm but you can use larger hooks for easier catching of the wire.  Don't pull on the fine wire too hard or overwork it as the wire can break.  
Also note how the instructor uses the hook to push through the wire loops to make them open up more. I would say some experience with crochet will definitely help with these tutorials. 
This tutorial is long because all the design tutorials are put together. But if you want to see individual tutorials, check the channel!  Also go to his Etsy, called TreasureSeekerDesign for the accompanying printable sketch which will help with bending the wire into the right shapes.

Before You Go :

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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM