Bonnay on PCDaily

Building on yesterday’s tutorial, we look at how France’s Anne-Sophie Bonnay tweaks her scrap stripes, gouging across them to create a woven pattern.

She enhances the effect by impressing the polymer with a fabric texture.

Bonnay on PCDaily

Anne-Sophie offers more items made from the scrap sheet on her web site.

She even uses the curly gouged out strings, pressing them onto a solid colored sheet to create an abstract pattern. Her imitation tiger’s eye pattern is another riff on this scrap stripe theme.

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  • reply Ali ,

    The faux fabric beads are incredibly cool. Great use of texture. I’m loving this series about creative uses for scrap 🙂

    • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

      C’est incroyable! Merci bien pour les tuttos. Ce travail est formidable et vraiment diffĂ©rent. Bien fait!

      • reply Delphine ,

        Oui merci, c’est une excellente idĂ©e, Ă  rĂ©aliser avec peu de matĂ©riel… gĂ©nial !

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