Testing polymer colors

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Lindly Haunani is working on a new tropical bracelet that uses her signature juicy colors with new shapes and ingredients. The edges of the petals pop with slightly lighter shades and texture variations.

Even as I watch her work, her way of creating seamless gradations baffles me. She checks and rechecks her colors before putting them into the long multi-color canes that she needs for production (see her test strips). It’s hard to keep my eyes on my own work surface when these colors are exploding at the next table.

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  • reply Leisanne ,

    Wow! Lindly’s attention to detail is astounding. She’s such an amazing artist!

    • reply Fiona Abel-Smith ,

      Stunning as always, and those colours are superb!! Wish I was there too 🙂

      • reply Trina Williams ,

        Forget the clay. I want that green jacket!

        • reply Kay Rosburg ,

          These are beautiful LIndly!!

          • reply Beth ,

            So in love with her colors!! I’m working thru her Color Inspirations book right now and I’m so excited to be creating more beautiful pieces that I can’t put it down!

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