Bohmer on PCDaily

Continuing our doodle theme, Germany’s Margit Bohmer doodles on paper and then transfers the drawing to raw polymer.

The fun continues as she uses inks or paints or colored pencils to color in the design. The results are formed into bangles or sliced into earrings, brooches and such. (Note that the transfer would actually be mirror-imaged but the animation looked more believable this way.)

Bohmer on PCDaily

Get the whole scoop on Margit’s Flickr page or friend her on Facebook. On a hot day, this might be a painterly way to play with sticky clay.

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  • reply Nikolina Otržan ,

    I love Margit’s work, especially her boldness with colors!

    • reply Sonya's Polymer Creations ,

      Congratulations to Margit on her magic way of playing with colours – we can learn a lot from her!

      • reply Jan Montarsi ,

        I always enjoy seeing your work on Flickr !!!

        • reply Margit Bohmer ,

          I am very happy to see my work here, it’s a great honor, thank you for showing it!

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