Playing with cutouts

Linda Pearl considers a quirky use for photos on PolymerClayDaily.com

Maryland’s Linda Pearl expands her exploration of photo transfers with these jointed figures using stock images. She simply smooths laser prints onto polymer and lets them sit for a while while the toner transfers.

Linda was challenged to incorporate filigree from Jackie Swartz and experimented with wired joints. (See how she connected them

Linda Pearl considers a quirky use for photos on PolymerClayDaily.com

here.)

Challenges and experiments are often launching points that produce charming, quirky first efforts. Linda says she’ll add jointed knees and elbows next time.

Her prototypes may make you reconsider new interpretations of your family photos. See more of Linda on Instagram and her site.

 

 

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  • reply Bev Wilson ,

    Hi ! I enjoy your Polymer Clay Daily email every day. One of the first things I open. Thanks for providing the pleasure of a creative spark each morning. 🙂

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