Topics Covered In This Video:
- The concept of this color blend shift is based on the same principles that I also showed in my Color Plus 1 Method.
- This color shift technique adds another color across your entire Teardrop Blend, which creates a whole different blend with a different tint.
- In a previous video I showed how to do a Rainbow Teardrop Blend, which is a multi-colored Skinner Blend technique.
- Take a sheet of any color of clay (I used white), and add a strip of the Rainbow Teardrop Blend (or any other Skinner Blend) on top.
- Then, by passing the clay through the pasta machine like you would a regular teardrop blend, the added clay (white in this case) gets evenly distributed throughout the blend.
- I show examples of what shifted rainbow blends look like when white, 18K gold, black, ecru, cadmium yellow, raw sienna, and translucent clay have been added as the shift color.
- Come up with your own blends by adding any color you wish, in any amounts.
- Related Video: Lietz Teardrop Blend – Color Gradients Made Easy
- Related Video: Rainbow Teardrop Blend (Multicolored Skinner Blend)
- Related Video: Polymer Clay Skinner Blend Instructions
- Related Video: Teardrop Blend (Easy Skinner Blend) No Pasta Machine
- Related Video: Color Plus 1 – Color Polymer Clay Mixing Trick
- Related Tutorial: Lietz Teardrop Blend Color Shifts
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