Member Benefits 032-3: Sculptural

Polymer Clay Membership Site Thanks, Cindy, for showcasing my first attempts at polymer clay and my little collection of miniature doll furniture and accessories. It’s been two years now and I have learned more here than anywhere. Keep up the good work! ~Catalina >> This comment was originally posted here: Dollhouse Miniatures

Somehow or another I have never come across your website before Cindy. Until last night! I finally decided to give myself an early holiday present and subscribe today. I just watched my very first video, the feather cane, incredible! And you make it look so easy! I have been hand sculpting little clay animals and such for years. But lately I have found myself drawn to the beautiful clay beads that I see. I desperately want to broaden my knowledge of polymer clay art. I know the basics, and I know how to put balls of clay together to make animals and flowers, but I want to know the techniques to make the fancy looking stuff too. None of the books I have looked at really give great instructions or a wide variety of projects. Thank you so much for offering such wonderful tutorials, such a wide variety of project ideas, and at such a great price. ~Anita-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

How interesting! Just looking at the pictures opens up many ideas. I think a video would be great. Just to let you know I tried one of your recommendations, PYM II spray. I love it! And have a matte spray ordered to use on my sculptures because I don’t want any shine. It makes the bead and chains feel and look so good. After putting them through the rock tumbler, etc. and then with the spray, they are just like satin. I’ve used it for other things also. Thanks for letting us know about it. I have so much catching up to do! Love your site and your videos! Hugs. ~Lynda-D >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Techniques

That is beautiful… and I have all the stuff I need to proceed… what will I do with it when completed??? Don’t know, but will find a way to incorporate into my work… maybe a base for my figures. You are a genius Cindy. ~Bonnie-J >> This comment was originally posted here: Alcohol Ink Effects on Crackled Gold Leaf

The thing that I want to say about this article is THANKS for the recipes, I am so so tired to mud brown (luckily it does make OK dragons :) ~Angela-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Colors

These book beads are too cute! I want to make a stack of books for an art doll and this will be perfect! Thank you! ~Shannon-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Book Bead Tutorial

Love your ivy leaf charms Cindy, that was a great video. Wish I had some of the beautiful leaves that I left back in Wisconsin. I really like the Studio by Sculpey for those types of pieces. ~Bonnie-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Mushroom Jewelry

Nice tut, I too was unaware mushrooms are the in thing, I really liked how you put the flower, leaves and vines together! Thanks again Cindy! ~Tina-A >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculpted Mushroom Bead Shape

Thanks so much Cindy on the shading idea using chalk pastels! I have tried many ways to shade my miniature food, but to no avail. So glad I found your website, VERY HELPFUL!!! ~Betty-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Making Polymer Clay Miniature Food

How much fun – and you can carve too! Been scurrying around the house looking for stuff to use as textures – stripping bark off trees, robbing onions of their bag, etc – how crazy is that? Love the video – good advise and lots of ideas — thanks “Team”, another top notch video. ~Patt-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Texture Plates Video

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