Neumaier on PCDaily

See what Kathrin Neumaier has been up to using liquid Fimo and chalks or inks. For this December batch she uses the polymer like spun sugar to achieve a blown glass translucency.

At least that’s what I’m guessing from her cryptic captions. One of these days we’ll find out what Kathrin’s learned but for now, admire her latest experiments.

Neumaier on PCDaily

The “like” numbers and social logos that have littered the PCD pages recently are the results of my own experiments.

Fingers crossed, I think I’ve about got it sorted out. Thank you for your patience with my mess. Experiments are like that.

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  • reply Kit Lockwood ,

    Her work is just gorgeous. I would love to know how she does this. Just when I think I have an idea about it, she does something new with it that disproves my theory. Maybe someday she’ll bless us with a tutorial. Thanks for bringing it to us, Cynthia.

    • reply delphine ,

      She is a magician… will she ever reveal her secret ? 😉

      • reply Sherry Bailey ,

        Fascinating — I’d love to see them close up, they must be almost weightless…

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