Taking a playful approach in the studio has drawn me to others’ playful polymer clay works.
For instance, this loop necklace from Germany’s Margit Böhmer is colorful and carefree with a few bead surprises tucked in the centers. Or you could interpret this as a primitive piece made from rainbow steak bones. Either way, it’s unselfconscious and fun. A browse through Margit’s Flickr site reveals more of her adventurous and capricious spirit.
Israel’s Shay Aaron posted a tiny tutorial of his miniature fish cane. You’ve got to be a bit of a kid to make tiny fish. His sandwich earrings, pizza charms and totally believable small foods are big fun.
Note: In response to your requests, I added a couple of “after” pictures to Friday’s post.
Margit’s Tibetan necklace made me drool. It is Stunning, inspiring and OOAK.
Shay’s food creations are unbelievably real looking. You could just go in, grab it, and take a bite. Maybe not me, I’m a vegan.