Polymer clay hybrids

Mixing polymer clay with other media is all the rage. I watched as others experimented with the new BronzClay (see my quick page of the results) and silk fusion.

The gallery page on the LuckySquirrel site leave me wanting to try mixing shrink plastic with polymer clay too (as in this example from Jane Roulston and more from Dayle Doroshow). Have an adventurous weekend.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    I’ve been intrigued by the idea of working in bronze again – this time in clay form. (I worked at an art foundry in high school that primarily cast bronze.) The price is certainly better than silver clay. I’m even more intrigued with the idea after seeing the yellow and blueish patinas in your pics. Can you share with us how those patinas were made, Cynthia?

    • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

      We’re still experimenting. I’ll ask Hollie Mion…she’s the expert at this point.

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