Friday, July 12, 2013

Polymeri Online 12.7.13 | Sea Nudibranch, Painted carved polymer clay beads, Magical tiara, Summer sandals decor and Dobby the elf is free

Ines's Nudibranch
Yes, I know, I was away.
Can I use the summer excuse and say that I feel more busy then regular days? Crazy as it sound, I am supposed to be relaxed, no hurrying up in the morning to prepare sandwiches, kids are on vacation, and the opposite is true. no time.
Anyway, Promise to be good and post weekly ;)

Ines Fonseca's sea creatures - Nudibranch are both beautiful and interesting. I can see hints of translucent and opaque clay creating these.
Ines included a real gallery of these amazing creatures in her flickr. She discovered polymer clay as a teenager and through the years found out that what she enjoyed the most was the possibility to create expressive characters combining playfulness and color.
and her super cute Etsy shop - 

Lorraine's beads
Lorraine Vogel is LOVObeads. She is a graphic artist with an itch to create handmade polymer clay jewelry. Her jewelry are painted, stamped and carved, creating a unique organic feel. Pendants, beads and earrings are a part of her Etsy shop.

Polymer clay tiara by Jen Parrish
ParrishRelics (Jen Parrish) work is a combination of modern and old world techniques. Jewel toned stained glass and imagery joined with detailed sculpted frames, polymer clay work, semi-precious stones, or tiny glass vessels. In her Etsy shop you can find a mix of designs in a mix of materials.

Summer is here! Anarina's Decor
Anarina Amar's unique style leads her to find original decorations for her.... Sandals!
What can be more suitable for summer than sandal's polymer clay decor?
Anarina is from Greece and her technique feels like ceramics but in the same way mimic other type of materials. You can see more of her signature technique in her Flickr or Etsy.

Dobby is free to go to the beach
If you are like me, 2 left hands in sculpturing, Reinhard Fritz's work is a treat to the eye. With his amazing talent he brings life to imaginary or real figures. Taken from Harry Potter's books - Dobby TheElf is one of his recent projects. Take a look at his detailed step-by-step pictures to see his process.

Have a great weekend!


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