Art of Polymer Clay: Designs and Techniques for Making Jewelry, Pottery and Decorative Artwork (Watson-Guptill Crafts)

Art of Polymer Clay Designs and Techniques for Making Jewelry Pottery and Decorative Artwork Watson Guptill Crafts Let artist and designer Donna Kato show you how to create exquisite jewelry and decorative art with polymer clay one of the most exciting art and craft materials available To explore the creative pot

  • Title: Art of Polymer Clay: Designs and Techniques for Making Jewelry, Pottery and Decorative Artwork (Watson-Guptill Crafts)
  • Author: Donna Kato
  • ISBN: 9780823002788
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • Let artist and designer Donna Kato show you how to create exquisite jewelry and decorative art with polymer clay, one of the most exciting art and craft materials available To explore the creative potential of this versatile medium, all you need is some clay, your hands a few simple tools, and a home oven in which to bake your completed project.

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    1. Donna Kato, the guru of polymer clays. She can make this stuff look like semiprecious stone. Once upon a time I was doing a lot of polymer clay - hmmm may have to revisit it again. : )

    2. (The edition of this that I read is a newer one than this, but it's not listed on here. Oh well.)This book is more geared towards those who make jewelry with their polymer clay, and if you (like me) are the sort who makes figurines, the resources here might not be the best toolkit for you. That being said, if you're a newbie to working with the stuff (I'm not by any means, but a refresher course is always good) or who wants to learn more about some techniques commonly used in bead-making, this m [...]

    3. Pretty good millefiori primer. Also a good introduction to various polymer clay products, beyond FIMO and Sculpey, though I'm not sure that all the products mentioned are still manufactured. Good examples of various surface treatments, and how to make clay look like other things, like semi-precious stones. Stronger on techniques than projects.

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