Parshikova's easter egg on PolymerClayDaily.com

 If you’ve been resisting the whole Easter egg thing, the eggs from Russia’s Tatiana Parshikova (SeventhHeaven) may change your mind.

Mix your palette and load up the extruder. Spiral the the strings of extruded clay and let yourself snake around and doodle in the in-between spaces.

Tatiana Parshikova doodles with extruded polymer on an egg on PolymerClayDaily.com

Tatiana knows how to create drama with her striking colors. PCD has featured her before here and here.

Take a closer look at the accents and inclusions on Tatiana’s Instagram.  It’ll be fun and a lot less calories than a chocolate rabbit.

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  • reply Barbara Sosna ,

    Interesting that the irregular edges create the illusion of an Iranian carpet. Sweet.

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