Member Benefits 004-4: Color Mixing

Polymer Clay Membership SiteI love the two shades of green. It really brings more dimension to a piece when I can emulate light and shadow. ~Kimberlee @ Sunflower Polymer Clay Colors

Can you say MUD!! I have had my fair share of mixing the wrong colors together. I have never had a course in color theory and learned pretty quickly that is is difficult to always get the desired result. But thanks to your color recipes I’m doing a lot better now! ~Katina @ Starter Polymer Clay Colors

I love these colors, how u put so much effort into them, making them so accurate. i love how the blues bring out the yellow and orange, and no so much the greens, which makes the flower look more prominent. i tried making a few, and although i didn’t have all the colors that were required, i was able to substitute, and i can pretty close. this really saves alot of time, and no weird heap poo colored clay at the end which u aren’t able to do nothing much with. ~Shirley @ Color Mixing

If you have done nothing else Cindy you have made people stop and look at the world around them. This fast pace world that we live in, does take up to much of our time and then we ask ourselves where did the time go. My motto is Stop, Look and Listen. Look around you and enjoy the beauty from with in, and think to yourself how can I create that beauty into a work of art. Create something to show other people there is still beauty in the world and if your art work can make people stop and say thats nice, you have accomplished what you set out to do. I think that is why I have so much fun Polymer Clay. ~Sandra @ Flower Cane Designs


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