The GREAT thing about the internet is all the free information you can find out there… The BAD thing about the internet is all the free information you can find out there!
Let me explain…
Later this week in the Vol-055 Members Tutorial, I will be teaching you all how to make a beautiful polymer glass ball ornament. During preparations, I came across another tutorial on this topic… it was free… but what I saw concerned me.
From experience, I can tell you that anyone who follows the instructions in that freebie tute, is going to experience a lot of frustration. Most of the information shared, was either incorrect or missing important (critical) details.
Now I am positive the person who wrote the tutorial was just trying to be generous and wanting to share. The problem is, there was a lack of knowledge of the materials being used. The project as taught, is pretty much guaranteed to fall apart.
So I decided to do this PSA (Public Service Announcement), in hopes of helping at least a few other clayers who happen to see it. Feel free to pass the link around to others you think may benefit from this video…
In the 6 Part Vol-055 Video Series (it’ll be posted later this week), all of you paid members will receive even more in-depth tips and tricks on how to make professional looking polymer clay Christmas ornaments.
By the way, if anyone has a polymer clay challenge you’d like me to address in an upcoming video vlog, do post your idea in the comments below. I’d love to help you find quicker and easier ways to bring up the professionalism in your polymer clay art.
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