What a treat to discover (thanks to Syndee Holt) that Liquid Sculpey Clear can be used for photo transfers! Here is my brother doing his 1950s cowboy imitation.
For me, this opens up a whole new avenue for bringing computers, photos, and wood together somehow and my head is abuzz with ideas.
That’s what happens at a polymer gathering! Fires are lit and then you return home to work out the details. I’m both exhausted and rejuvenated. Want to improve your work? Take yourself back to school and experimenting this fall!
Marilyn Davenport ,
This is great, Syndee Holt!
Pini Jan ,
Any details on how do transfers with either liquid sculpey or parchment paper?
Chris Owens ,
The page with Valerie Aharoni’s baking parchment paper technique is not available but here are the basics note: I’ve also read that either laser or inkjet printers can be used. I’d test & proceed with caution. This method relies on ink sitting perfectly on top of the coated paper (transfers &/or smears easily) https://www.ehow.com/how_8570977_use-parchment-paper-transfer-paper.html