Member Benefits 043-2: Sculptural

Polymer Clay Membership SiteCindy – Although I’m doing more sculpting than jewelry right now, I always enjoy your videos. I’ll take your videos over a movie anytime. LOL! ~Lynda-D >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Sculpting

These are absolutely (yep, I’m gonna say it, too) …ADORABLE! These little purse beads are so cute, and the charm bracelet you made with them would look pretty on any wrist! Love the Pandora-style purse bead, and the cool way the handles end up looking “beaded”. Another wonderful video tutorial. Hmmm…do you get tired of hearing how wonderful you are, Cindy? ;D Well, I never tire of your greatness, that’s for sure. ~Phaedrakat >> This comment was originally posted here: Purse Shaped Beads

This was very cool! To make canes so you can have even more control over it was a nice surprise. I think this will work when trying to make  faux wood. Just use “wood” colors. I think this will be easier for me to make little tables and chairs for my doll house (which by the way was the first reason I got into polymer clay) I ended up becoming very distracted by your videos!! So many ideas so little time!! ~Catalina >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

I didn’t get to watch this video last week, so I saw it yesterday after watching the spider ornament tutorial. I love these little snow people!  I’m going to be very busy making spiders and snowmen for Christmas decorations this year. ~Linda-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Snowman Beads for Christmas

The Irises are just so beautiful. I love sculpted flowers. I’ve made sculpted paper flowers and tried a bit with wax too and plasticine. ~Cherie-H >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculpted Iris Flower Video

Cindy, this is another great tutorial, and those parrot tulips look as lifelike and rain kissed as if you just brought them in from the garden. ~Joceyln-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculpted Parrot Tulip Beads

Love the birdhouses… I am going to do some with the little sculpted flowers from the mushroom bead tutorial… I think it will be pretty!  Here I am wanting to clay when I have a huge dinner to cook tomorrow. ~Laura-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculptural Birdhouse Beads

Linda, I also thought of fireworks, and, since I do mostly fantasy sculpts, magic stars or similar effects. Or, if you only do the first part of the cane… a webbing effect? The possibilities with this cane have my head spinning! ~Mitzi-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Dandelion Ghost Cane

Cindy, first of all, thank you for responding so quickly about where I could find a list of the tutes I had already purchased. But you went the extra mile and even wrote down for me the ones I needed! Thank you so much for that. I just finished purchasing 5 more tutorials that I will be viewing shortly. I wanted to also let you know that even though I don’t make jewelry (at the moment) I do other things where I can use the information from your classes. I make fantasy sculptures of dragons and plan on using the raku technique on one very soon. I will send you a picture when I get it done. I also wanted to thank you for all the marvelous work you and your husband put into these videos. ~Maria-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Faux Raku Polymer Clay Techniques

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