Topics Covered In This Video:
- Samples of Sanded and Unsanded Faux Labradorite Polymer Clay Pieces.
- Amazing glassy surface without the use of glazes, finishes or waxes.
- Differences between Unsanded vs. Sanded Polymer Clay in:
- Why you may want to avoid smooth polymer clay techniques, especially Faux Stone effects, if you are not going to bother sanding and buffing your polymer clay pieces.
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