Jack Schwend's Millefiori work is so accurate and every slice is placed perfectly in it's place, He makes Elves and Eggs, such a fine work :)
I don't know the English Word for it, i think it's ~fringe~ ? Well, a nice girl from one of our Israeli art forums uploaded a photo tutorial showing how to make one. Just click on the right near t42 name and the umbrella icon and you'll know how to make one for yourself. Thank you t42!
Mohegan Hands belongs to Lisa Perreaul which is a proud Mohegan Indian. She makes authentic pieces of Native American made jewelry and been crafting all her life. Her gallery is not updated yet, i do hope we will be able to see some of her work soon...
Jane Zhao ArtsJane is a traditional Chinese Landscape and Chinese Calligraphy artist, she has been working with Polymer Clay for over ten years.Jane's arts were featured in magazines & books.
Another Israeli Artist is Roni Oren. His Sculpted creations are very famous in Israel, He wrote 2 books on sculpturing figurines from any kind of colored clay/dough. Their names are "Sodot shel plastelina" which means the secrets of Plasticine. Although the language is Hebrew, you can enjoy the clips and photos.
Sharon Amir Muppet's made me remember my days as a teenager when i used to watch the great "Muppet Show" every week! Of course my favorite character was Miss Piggy!http://www.flickr.com/photos/sharon_amir/sets/72157594162412678
Her polymer clay sculptures were inspired by this site:
Linda Whitney Designs - At first i didn't know if they were made of PC, so i asked her and the answer i got was- "Yes, we do use polymer clay in our jewelry. I love polymer clay , it is so versatile. We combine it with the brass, nickel silver and copper that we use for the metal part of our jewelry. The polymer clay is such a nice way to add interesting color to the work".
Every word is true :) Thank you Linda.