Faux Surfaces in Polymer Clay

Faux Surfaces in Polymer Clay

30 Techniques and Projects That Imitate Precious Stones, Metals, Wood and More

Book - 2003
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The colors, textures, and versatility of polymer clay make it a perfect medium for creating faux surfaces--and these 30 recipes for special finishing, shaping, baking, and molding techniques will transform polymer's appearance. Craft gorgeous faux gemstones; fool the eye with imitation metals, including Balinese silver and verdigris copper; and copy must-have naturals, from bone to leather. Or make simulated agate, slate, and marble. You'll find information on all the types of polymer clay, from translucent ones to some with mica powder, and see how to enhance their surface with paints, inks, wax compounds, and confetti. The unusual include a handsome makeup set, lapis lazuli drawer pulls, and Opal Earrings.

"[A] well designed craft book...the end results dazzle."--Publishers Weekly Annex

Publisher: Lark Books, 2003
ISBN: 9781579907518
Characteristics: p. ; cm


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Jan 12, 2014

Great instructions on metallic looks like bronze, rust & verdigris

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