This is Claudine! It's been a long winter and she's ready for a cruise ANYWHERE!
Thanks for meeitng Claudine.
I have been playing with polymer clay for a long time but this is the first time I've ever tried to do a figurine (a somewhat realistic one).
It's a cake topper. Have been seeing some really nice ones online and thought it would be fun to give it a try. Although there is much I'd change with this one, overall the experience was fun and I'd like to try another one.
Hope you like the close up views. The pics are terrible but you get a good idea of what they look like.
Thanks for looking!
My first polymer bowl. Needs a little refinement (ok, a lot).
I just wanted to see if I could actually do one! The underside of the bowl turned out well because it's shiny from being pressed onto the bowl I used as a base,
My daughter wants me to make her one, so hopefully that one will be successful and look a little cleaner, too.
This one's fun because it will actually glow in the dark. Whatta trip, man!
Thank you for dropping by.
Sorry I haven't completed many projects. This small piece was the last of my china blue millefiori cane and wanted to do something different (for me, at least).
This piece is polymer millefiori canes sliced and applied to an actual blown egg. Shown unpolished. Small, but it was a fun project and good practice at cutting canes better.
I have been graciously been asked to write a tutorial on how I make my roses. Thrilled, I spent the weekend busily working on simplifying my notes so it can be a good blog post, although the tutorial may be a separate link.
Thank you for visiting!