“I love, love, love
this technique and
may never try making
pendants in the kiln again.
Thank You Cindy.”
This blog is a community meeting spot for many polymer clay artists ranging from beginner level all the way to advanced. It is a place for learning and applying new techniques that have been taught over at the Polymer Clay Tutor Video Library.
To date, there are over 261 jewelry and bead photos that have been uploaded to the Polymer Clay Facebook Gallery page, by the Artists and Members that hang out here. Way to go guys! As your Tutor, it makes me feel very proud to see how much everyone is accomplishing.
The Facebook photos below, showcase a few projects using the Faux Dichroic Glass Technique taught in Vol-026-3 at the library.
On my motorhome trip last year I met up with a gal in CO – someone else I met on the web. She makes gorgeous dichroic glass and we spent a couple days together ‘playing’ in her glass room. Yes, it was a whole room! There were large and small pieces of glass, a cutting table, grinder and of course the kiln. Though I love dichroic glass I knew I’d never be able to set myself up with everything needed to make it. I had seen faux dichroic PC pieces and knew that was the way to go for me. I’ve been waiting almost a year now for Cindy to teach her way of making faux dichroic. ~Carolyn-F
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