“Oh boy! I
didn’t know we
were going to get this Agate
tutorial so soon. I know I’m
gonna love this one!”
On June 15th, I posted an introductory preview clip for my Faux Agate Beads tutorial. Today, the full version of this video lesson (Vol-025-3) is available for viewing at the Polymer Clay Members Library. Here is the link: Faux Agate Technique for Making Domed Coin Shaped Beads
For anyone who is not yet a paid member, if you did not know, the cost works out to only $3.32 per month. This gives you 24/7 access to the full versions of my Friday video tutes. Plus you also receive four A-series color recipe cards. This week’s color is: Mother Nature (3A) from the Forget-Me-Not Polymer Clay Color Palette.
Hi Cindy, As well as being thoroughly enjoyable, your videos are very well made, concise and to the point. Your explanations and demonstrations are very clear and you always offer little extras. Instructions are easy to follow – I also think your beginner’s course is so thorough that it’s relatively easy to progress quickly once you’ve been through it. So, more of the same please and more advanced techniques would be welcome. In terms of improvements, I can honestly say that there is little that comes to mind, you’re doing such a great job. I occasionally have a question but I usually find the answer in one of your videos or in the member benefits question and answer sections. I only just started applying what I’m learning from your videos and what I’ve tried works, so there you go! I just made some beads and tried out a few canes and I’m going to make some jewellery with them (I’m a jewellery designer/maker with a graphic design background). Can’t wait to try all the techniques out and experiment more, I’m falling in love with this polymer clay material. In terms of pricing you are competitive and offer good value for money. I think this is a strong advantage over other online tutorials that charge the price of a complete book on polymer clay for one or two tutorials. In that case I usually opt for the book! I think this competitive edge will bring you more business, so good luck with that! Last but not least, well done and thanks. I look forward to my next tutorial. All the best. ~Naum-G
If you want to become a paid member, here is the link:
Polymer Clay Video Library
Or if you are brand new to polymer clay, the best place to first learn all of the fundamentals is here: Polymer Clay Beginners Course
To browse other video tutorials that are available for purchase without becoming a subscribing member (in other words… just a one time fee), you can go here: Polymer Clay Video Back Issues
Weekly Wrap Up… Please use the comment sections of these Friday posts to discuss anything you like… from polymer clay challenges that you need some help with… to success stories about your jewelry creations… to requests for upcoming video tutorials… to general community chit chat. In other words, it’s an open mic :-)
Last week the Friday discussion topics included:
- Slicing canes.
- Ultradome resin.
- Magic Gloss resin.
- UV curing lights.
- Timer option.
- Curing resin in sunlight.
- School graduations.
- Resin bottle dispensers.
- Resin pulling away from the edges.
- Resin doming.
- Resin spill overs.
- eBay purchasing.
- Clear plastic wrap.
- Reflective white tiles.
- Mosquitoes, blackflies and pollen.
- Spine fusion surgery.
- International Guilds
- Blow torch.
- 45 years of machine knitting.
- All the farm animals are gone.
- Extended “blog” family.
- And much, much more …
If you need to catch up, here is the link to the article where last week’s topics were discussed in detail: Mitered Cane Video
Otherwise, you can use the comment section below to start talking about some new topics and ideas. Happy Friday!!!