Sunday, July 29, 2012

Polymeri Online 29.7.12 | Polymer IPOD case, Mokume on glass, Poinsettia and flowers, Before and after paintings


Polymer clay ipod case
Eten-Iren, mentioned several months ago made this colorful ipod case on a base plastic case - isn't this cool? I wonder if she made the roses, cured and then adhered them to the base case or placed it in the oven? I'll have to try curing some plastic cases and see if they are heat resistant :)
http://www.etsy.com/listing/104768347/ipod-touch-4-case-free-shipping-ipod-4

Mokume gane on glass
Mokume on a glass - Larissa Joonas from Estonia is using a glass as a surface for "shaving" off the mokume gane pieces. That is one option for creating this special effect.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/eutrapelia/7396278886/
She has several pictutorials in her flickr gallery -
http://www.flickr.com/photos/eutrapelia/sets/72157620458176437/

Polymer clay flower sculpturing
Liudmyla Heggland is a bead and polymer clay artist, creating flowers seems to be a natural talent of hers, here is a yellow poinsettia brooch and another flowery neck-piece, this necklace won 2nd place on 2010 Fire Mountain Gems contest.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/mila-heggland/5251998374/

Polymer clay jewelry with paints - Before and after
Adding acrylic/oil paints to a texture can upgrade any design. Take a look at ToutEnCouleur before and after photos: a dots texture with paints addition.

Here is the "before" - http://www.flickr.com/photos/toutencouleur/4236945660/in/set-72157622994730063/
and "after" -http://www.flickr.com/photos/toutencouleur/4236168315/in/set-72157622994730063/
She is working with polymer, resin, paper and carton, I also liked her tourbillons beads, they remind me of flying skirts...

Everyone is talking about the heat all around, I am officially waiting for the winter, I think the clay will also appreciate it, have a great cool day!

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