Superficial polymer

Tabor on PCdaily.com

Do Shannon Tabor’s blanks appeal to you? Are you drawn to the possibilities of polymer as a vehicle for inks, paints, pencils, markers, chalks, screens, stamps and more?

If so, you’re in good company. That’s how the polymer crowd rolled this year. The winter edition of The Polymer Arts magazine brings you more about the wealth of surface treatments that have popped up. The articles all focus “On the Surface” and you’re sure to find a method that suits your style. 

Tabor on PCDaily

Here Shannon (Charleston Clay) colors and scuffs her white bases into Orbit earrings which were inspired by astronaut and Ohio hero John Glenn. See more of Shannon’s inspired creations on Instagram and Facebook and this interview plus tutorial on Paint/Draw/Blend.

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