Member Benefits 080: Video Learning

Polymer Clay Membership SiteHi Cindy, I have just been viewing some of your video tutorials and I think I have learnt more in 15 minutes than the last 15 months since I started to play with polymer clay. ~Kathleen-J >> Original comment was posted here: Beauty On The Beach Color Palette

Cindy, I have been buying a few back issues here and there to get various techniques. But – of course – there is always something else that I would love to learn that is part of a different back issue. I’m sure others have said – I don’t need 3 out of 4 of those topics in that issue, but oh that 4th. And then interest changes, and the other topics become relevant. By the way, it will probably sound kinky, but the best thing about your videos is watching your hands. I can read descriptions of how to do things, but it makes SO much more sense when I see you do it. Of course your verbal description really helps too, but I love being able to see you work. Thanks so much. ~Beth-W >> Original comment was posted here: Owl Charm Necklace Polymer Clay Tutorial

Cindy, I think your subscription videos and past-purchasing of videos is very reasonably priced. There is 1 PC “tutor” who charges much, much, much more and I had bought from her in the past. I am not knocking her at all, I do love her work and originality, but even without access to all past videos you are still a great bargain and the BEST teacher. I will be with you forever, God willing. You AND Doug are the best (along with the kids, too!)!!! ~Becky-C >> Original comment was posted here: Cone Flower Canes Polymer Clay Tutorial

I’ve been a subscriber for years now and can honestly say that your video tutorials are so exhaustive, that I rarely ever need to ask follow up questions. Keep up the great work. ~Vierra-C >> Original comment was posted here: Faux Flaking Rust Polymer Clay Tutorial

Your tuts are by far the best. I love that the words you use are always of importance and not wasted on babble. It makes things go much smoother when watching and crafting! ~Jason-B >> Original comment was posted here: Pardo Professional Art Clay Translucent Review

I love your videos Cindy, always so informative and clearly delivered. ~Dayl-G >> Original comment was posted here: Renaissance Wax For Finishing Polymer Clay

Cindy, your videos are well done and informative and probably the best I have see. I like that you explain everything from start to finish and your knowledge is vast. I will definitely be sending people your way. ~Leanne-K >> Original comment was posted here: French Barrettes Polymer Clay Tutorials

Cindy –  Your videos are the best I’ve ever seen! I definitely will point anyone interested in learning how to create with clay to your site. Thanks for your time and your great teaching ability! ~Carol-O >> Original comment was posted here: Barnacle Premo Color Palette

Cindy, I use the Kato liquid clay for my faux opal cabs. I layer my inclusions with the liquid and bake each layer after adding them. I use the cabs for my beadwoven bracelets and collars. I always get oh’s and ah’s when I show them. I am always on pins and needles waiting for your next video. Joining your site has been the very best investment I have ever made. Thank you so very much. Aloha. ~Norieta-K >> Original comment was posted here: Kato Polyclay

Great job on this Cindy… your video gave my creativity a big boost. ~Linda-K >> Original comment was posted here: Comparing Translucent Polymer Clay Brands

I always look forward to Fridays and bring my breakfast to the computer to watch your video. ~Fred-K >> Original comment was posted here: Sanding and Buffing Your Polymer Clay

Thanks so much for doing your videos like this for us Cindy.  They are priceless! ~Debi-S >> Original comment was posted here: Handmade Earwires using Bead Landing Jewelry Jig

Thanks for these video’s. I have only just found them and they are so thorough and useful. Keep going they’re great. ~Jazz-M >> Original comment was posted here: Three Liquid Polymer Clay Brands Compared

Thank you very much Cindy. I love your tutorials! You have great energy and I’ve learned alot with your free ones. Now will be happy to support you with the more in depth ones :) ~Lynn-V >> Original comment was posted here: Faux Burl Wood Pens Polymer Clay Tutorial

Cindy – I wanted to say that I love your video tutorials, your enthusiasm and your pep for life. ~Barbara-K >> Original comment was posted here: Is It Compatible With Polymer Clay? Always Test!

I’m so glad I decided to sign up for your videos and look forward to making lots of pretty things. Thank you. ~Candice-D >> Original comment was posted here: Liquid Polymer Clay Transfers

Came across your fabulous tutorials yesterday and want to thank you so much! You really do get to the point and offer tips in such a positive way! Thanks again! ~Janet-M >> Original comment was posted here: Beach Grass Color Palette

Many many thanks for all your videos. Being a self taught artist with polymer clay, I consider your videos a Bible for polymer clay techniques. Cheers!!! ~Preethi-P >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor YouTube Channel Trailer Video

I’ve watched Cindy’s free videos on YouTube and learned LOADS. I think the videos are fantastic and I eagerly subscribed. I also credit her personally to fixing a lot of the mistakes I’ve made on this learning curve. ~Donna-L >> Original comment was posted here: Tips for Using Inka Gold Metallic Rub on Polymer Clay

Short, sweet, helpful. Thanks so much! ~Geaux-G >> Original comment was posted here: Tent Polymer Clay While Baking To Avoid Scorching

Wow! Great info! Even I should have known about being careful with glass heating and cooling too quickly. Having come from the “Glass Capital of the World”, Toledo, OH, my dad was a glass mold designer and often talked about how glass was made. I have thought about decorating glass balls but so far haven’t tried it. Glad I didn’t try it I would have been disappointed. Free tutes are to be viewed very carefully. Some are done without complete info or accuracy. Maybe even done so on purpose. I like to give more tips when I teach my jewelry classes because I want them to succeed. I know you, Cindy, really want your students to succeed because it shows in your videos. Great tips and accurate information is always present. Keep up the fab job!! ~Catalina-L >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Glass Ball Ornaments Do’s & Don’ts

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