Polymer colors speak

Demol on PolymerClayDaily.com

Belgium’s Tine Demol shows us how sophisticated long extruded tubes of polymer can become. She suspends the cluster on macrame spirals.

Demol on PolymerClayDaily.com

In the second piece Tine gathers seven strands of small round polymer beads in various hues of greens and blues into a rich twist accented with dashes of yellow. Here she is wearing a similar necklace at FIMO50.

When your colors make a statement, simple techniques are all that’s required. Do your colors speak for themselves? Here’s Tine on Facebook and Flickr.

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  • reply Wendy Moore ,

    Simply gorgeous! And meeting Tine at FIMO50 was a delight. Thank you for sharing these Cynthia.

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