Saturday, March 29, 2008

Advertising on PolymeriOnline

Polymeri Online is a blog dedicated to polymer clay art and is one of the biggest cyberspace links collection in the web.

In Israel "Polymeri" means Polymer, and this blog was opened following my hebrew blog, where i write since 2005 and introduce new techniques, new artists, an interesting piece of art or plain inspiration.

I started on a daily basis and now it is filled with wonderful links every week, normally on thursdays, Israel time :)

Polymeri Online draws about 500 visitors each day and is expanding every day.
The site is documented in many search engines and visitors from all around the world looking for the "Polymer Treasures": projects, tutorials, artists and more.

For advertising rates contact me at - imishly@gmail.com

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Beadssss!

More of my heart beads in Etsy and Ebay!
Choose your favorite color and have a LOVEly jewel!
http://irismishly.etsy.com/


Monday, March 24, 2008

Polymeri Online 24.3.08


Wiwat's polymer clay jewlery - Wiwat is hand-forming every piece of polymer clay jewelry. He uses several techniques including caning, engraving, weaving, layering, and many others. (photo)
http://www.kamolpornwijit.com/index.html

I am a Muppet fan too! this is such a funny polymer clay bracelet made by Craftster user Teapotdnky.
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=228448.0

I found CandyRainbow / Ania in flickr, she was born in Poland but when she was 9 moved to Italy. When she was 2 she started to draw..and never stopped, She study painting at the academy of fine arts in Florence. After discovereing a new world - polymer clay, she creates cute and kawaii things from her imagination and her sweet world :)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/58392556@N00/

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Polymeri Online 20.3.08


Heather Powers posted all the free projects featured on her blog
http://artbeadscene.blogspot.com/2008/03/art-bead-scenes-free-projects.html

Just Another Button Company™ manufactures handmade polymer clay buttons for embellishment.
http://www.justanotherbuttoncompany.com/

Michael Devine discovered polymer clay in the Spring of 2006. After several years of working the midnight shift in Midtown Manhattan, he needed to find a way to unwind. After a trip to the local art shop, he came home with a few blocks of Sculpey and a book on making simple characters in clay. he was home playing with this stuff for an hour or so and then it just hits him -- He raced back to the store and picked up about $100 bucks worth of clay, tools, supplies and books :) He found his peace!
http://www.makemyclay.com/

Cindy Lietz blog contains 80 Polymer Clay Tutorial Videos, when becoming a member you get Step by step classes & video tutorials.
http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/category/bead-shapes/

gigglejelly - Her love in life, other than her husband and her cat, is crafts. She studied fine arts and design and worked professionally as a textile designer and visual artist and now her focus continues to be painting, textiles and polymer clay
http://www.flickr.com/photos/gigglejelly/

Jamie Ferraioli is a 24 year old artist from Delaware. She graduated from college a year ago with an art degree and have yet to find a job. She love to sell her artwork and/or jewelry for a living.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/magicbeanbuyer/

Friday, March 14, 2008

Back on Track

Some new items in my Etsy! come and check them out!

New short/long necklaces, and 2 sets of heart pillow beads!
http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5100854

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Polymeri Online 13.3.08


Claudia Raffa is an Italian girl age 29 , who lives for a long time in Madrid. She loves the artisan imitation jewellery and the modeled ones. She dedicates herself to graphical design and has a true passion for cats (see photo)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jewelleryweb/
http://claudiaraffa.blogspot.com/


cookiescreations / Rosemarie Fernandes is a a retired nurse. She's doing what she enjoys doing, Creating with polymer clay.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/cookiescreations/
http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5048780

indiandollartworks / Carla loves creating art with all it's highs and lows. She couldn't imagine not creating it, no matter what it is or what medium. Keeping the creative process evolving is the challenge. She enjoys working with art dolls, printmaking, drawing & weaving.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/indiandollartworks/
http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=81447
http://www.indiandollartworks.blogspot.com/


Simple Inspirations by Sandy - paw canes and more stories!
http://blog.simple-inspirations.com/


6 steps on how to make a teddy bear - by T.'s Polymer Clay's, and check her other photos as well!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/14939649@N08/2258787116/

Monday, March 10, 2008

Nir Etz Hadar from Israel


I got an email from a tallented man name Nir Etz Hadar , He is 35 yo from Israel, He studied theatrical set design at Tel-Aviv university but never actually worked in the field.

He always liked to sculpt portraits eversince adolescence. His speciality is famous people but he does "ordinary" people as well :-).

He prefer working with Sculpey premo or super sculpy, They are the best materials he know of.

http://usera.imagecave.com/chamaides/
You judge for yourself, AMAZING work!
He can be contacted at - niretzhadar{at}gmail.com


Thursday, March 6, 2008

Polymeri Online 6.3.08


After publishing my nicely designed trol ;) i was contacted by several people asking where they can find the mold i used - here it is - Maureen Carlson homepage -
http://weefolk.com/molds_list.htm

A project for St. Patrick's Day - Pin Tutorial
http://www.simplyornaments.com/Page10.html

Are you interested in books about sculpturings? body? hands & legs? An online resource of artist's eBooks to
Support and Inspire Creativity
http://artist-how-to.com/polymerclay.html
and some goold free links to great sites -
http://artist-how-to.com/free.htm

Designs Diane by Diane Luftig, She took classes from all the great names: Pier Volkus, Kathleen Dustin, Donna Kato, Sarah Shriver, Tory Hughes, Maggie Maggio, Lindly Haunani, Jacqueline Lee, Cynthia Toops, Gwen Gibson, and Celie Fago. her personal style is still evolving, incorporating a little from each of these influences.
http://www.polymerdesignsbydiane.com/

Valerie Aharoni is a new dear friend, i met her in New-York and had a nice chat while i was waiting for my shuttle to take me to the airport. In the two years since her journey with polymer clays Valerie Aharoni has had the opportunity to learn from the pioneers in the medium and, even more gratifying, teach and share her own discoveries. (necklace photo by her)
http://www.vaharoni.com/

Lady Artisan works in mixed media, mainly polymer clay, her interests focus on two main themes: sculpting and ancient history. She like sculpting figures, characters she's made up, because it gives her the opportunity to explore who they are, what they’re like, and why they’re here.
http://www.theladyartisan.com/
http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5090925

Nina Originals from TX, United States is a mixed media artist, her focus is on polymer clay, beads, paper & canvas art. http://www.ninaoriginals.blogspot.com/

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