What I look for in polymer clay artwork is authenticity and passion and sometimes it pops up in the strangest places. Wisconsin’s Joshua Knuth has a passion for fish and wildlife which he recreates in polymer clay, resin, wood, bronze and taxidermy.

This Black Crappie is painstakingly crafted from polymer clay and faithfully replicates nature’s palette. Thanks to Susan Rose for sending the link along.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    His paintings and illustrations are worth a visit too. Lovely work. Thanks for the link!

    • reply Ivana ,

      Wow…it’s astonnishing how they look alive !!!

      • reply Debbie Goodrow ,

        Man… I’ve been a fisherman… and I’d have to touch those if they were ‘in situ’ to know they weren’t real. Amazing!

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