Thursday, November 13, 2008

Polymeri Online 13.11.08


Noa Oron does cute sculpturings that fits both sugar paste and polymer clay - check her site for some cool tutorials, instructions in hebrew but the photos are easy to follow:
http://www.noyaart.com/index.php/--26/monkey-tutorial

And another monkey by Garie sim, this monkey likes to swing!http://gariesim.blogspot.com/2008/10/happy-swinging-polymer-clay-monkey.html

Libby has a great post about her favorite bezel forms, i love her work with bezels, it makes the piece so much elegant.
http://libzoid.net/blog/2008/10/10/5-friday-favorites-bezel-forms/

not too tired for another tutorial? here's a great mokume gane pumpkin tutorial by PCAGOE member papernclay
http://papernclay.blogspot.com/2008/10/mokume-gane-pumpkin-tutorial.html
http://www.papernclay.etsy.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/papernclay/

The Carrotbox is for anyone who loves glass rings, lucite rings, wood, agate, plastic, resin, acrylic, polymer, jade, etc. - anything, as long as there's no metal, i can sit for hours, be inspired and enjoy her huge collection of rings, some of them are polymer clay too.
http://www.thecarrotbox.com/news/0810.asp#29

One of the artists i found in the Carrotbox blog was - Arsmania - Ivana Molinari Schwab, has italian origin. She was born and grew up in Zurich, Switzerland.http://www.arsmania.com/pages/indexpag.html