In this video I will go through all of the Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay Colors, and show you show the differences between raw versus baked samples.
Some polymer clay colors change when baked… we often refer to this as color shift. Each brand is different as to how much color shift can occur after baking, as well as each color within a brand.
I thought I would show you every single color in the current Premo Sculpey line, so you can see a side by side comparison of each color and how they look when cured.
You will see that some colors don’t shift at all, where others get darker or more translucent. Knowing this about the colors you use, will yield more predictable results with your polymer clay projects.
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