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Pyramids from Fanmaus

We’ve been on an extruding craze lately and here’s one more for you to try while it’s hot and the clay is soft.

Fanmaus (Tatiana Begacheva) from Russia brings us this cheerful jumble of pyramids covered in extruded strings of clay.

I’ll guess that she baked the base forms first, then she adhered the strings to the triangles and fired again. The chunks move and the colors spiral to give the necklace movement and interest.

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  • reply Joan Clipp ,

    Thanks again Cynthia, for coming up with new and inspiring things to share! These are so simple, yet elegant and brilliant at the same time. Keep up the great work, I sure do appreciate it!

    • reply Victoria ,

      Hi. The girl name is Tatiana Begacheva. And she has a lot of interesting ideas:)

      • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

        Many thanks…I updated the post.

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