“Wow! You make it look so easy AND beautiful. I had planned on doing housework today, but…” ~Dawn
Now that July has come and gone, another back issue has been packaged up and posted in the Polymer Clay Library. It is listed as Volume 14. The photo above, shows the thumbnail images for the 4 videos included in this package:
Video-014-1 Jupiter Beads: This fun, easy and great looking bead utilizes all your dried out and otherwise possibly wasted polymer clay scraps and old canes.
Video-014-2 Faux Raku Smooth Bead – Part 1: Learn to make cool looking beads that have the look of a smooth surfaced ceramic raku. This is also the first step in creating the deep crackled faux raku.
Video-014-3 Faux Raku Crackle Bead – Part 2: After learning the smooth faux raku, take what you learned to a whole new level and crackle it! This creates deep crevices and cracks, similar to those found in crackled raku.
Video-014-4 Torn Clay Watercolor: This beautiful technique, first created by polymer clay artist Maggie Maggio, is done in a simple and easy to do way that will have you mastering the process in no time at all.
Also included in this Volume-014 back issue package is the A-Series recipe cards from the Cornflower Color Palette.
To read feedback from students who have already benefited from the videos and recipes in this Volume-014 back issue package, click here: Jupiter Beads | Faux Raku Smooth Bead Pt1 | Faux Raku Crackle Bead Pt2 | Torn Clay Watercolor
And, Sneak Peak Preview Clips are available for viewing here: Polymer Clay Tutorials [Preview Videos]
If anyone else would like to add a review for any of the videos or color recipes in Volume-014, I would love to hear from you. Or if you have not yet purchased this back issue and have a question, I’m all ears. In either case, use the comments section below.