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sculpted face by cAndRaley
Hi, I know I'm a stranger here, pretty much, but I thought I'd show 'n' tell a sculpted face I finished recently: http://photos3.blogger.com/img/209/2894/320/100_3912.jpg It's the first one of this size, done on a heart-shaped Altoid tin (so it's about 4 inches tall). More like a bas relief, I...
October 21st 05 06:05 PM
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bottlecaps?? by crna_ofca
what kind of new trend is that? ebay is full of bottlecap beads.
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October 21st 05 12:04 AM
by Greg Krynen Go to last post
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a new pug cane:) by crna_ofca
well, its not perfect, and photos are baaaad, but still im proud of it:D http://img353.imageshack.us/my.php?image=mops0pz.jpg
October 20th 05 02:29 PM
by crna_ofca Go to last post
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Announcement: 2006 Buckeye Clay Bash by Jan V
Hi, I rarely post here, but now I have some news to let you in on. The Columbus and Dayton Area Polymer Clay Guilds would like to announce their 3rd annual clay retreat. It's from Thursday, February 16, 2006 to Sunday, February 19, 2006 at Hope Hotel on Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Fairborn,...
October 18th 05 01:32 AM
by Jan V Go to last post
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Accidental curing? by Polly S.
Have a question... During the hurricane my workbench got the heaviest deluge that came through the roof but workbench, tools, pasta machine etc were all salvageable... I am not sure about my blocks of clay though. They were closed up in a large tackle box on a shelf under the workbench and stayed...
October 17th 05 04:31 PM
by Polly S. Go to last post
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Ooak Faeries , mermaids , fantasy art dolls sculptures by [email protected]
There is a place for all ooak doll artist to gather , free auctions and tutorials http://www.ooakdollart.com
October 17th 05 03:57 PM
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Sticky Question by Arondelle
What sort of glue do you recommend for gluing PC to fabric? E600 doesn't like porous stuff and has a tendancy to let go after a while (like after stuffing a doll), and white glue (Tacky Glue, Elmer's, etc.) doesn't like the PC. Arondelle -- "Supermodels. Hah! Nothing 'super' about them - spoiled,...
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October 16th 05 05:23 AM
by Greg Krynen Go to last post
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[Ganoksin] [Issue #140] Tips From The Jeweler's Bench by Ganoksin
The Ganoksin Project S i n c e 1 9 9 6 Jewelry Manufacturing Methods and Techniques http://www.ganoksin.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Imagine a world in which every person has free access to the sum of all human knowledge. That's what we're doing....
October 14th 05 10:05 AM
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Best Way to Model this Shape? by Greg Krynen
For an even wedge try this... Leave one side at table height (flat) on opposite side of clay (base of wedge) have a stack of cards or other solid surface. Use a brayer or other roller to smooth the clay along this incline creating an even wedge shape. To match the curve... Use similiar method to...
October 14th 05 08:28 AM
by Robert Houghtaling Go to last post
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Best fabric for (homemade) buffing wheels? by [email protected]
Can anyone suggest what sort of fabric to use for a homemade buffing wheel for my tiny little Craftsman rotary tool? I've made one from some cotton fabric -- left over from hubby's pajamas -- and it (kinda) works, but it has lost much of its coherence quite quickly. I've read that denim or...
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October 11th 05 03:51 PM
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New auctions from Cheryl's Art by [email protected]
Here's a link to my latest auctions: http://www.justbeads.com/search/ql.cfm?s=cherylsart Thanks for looking! Cheryl www.cherylsart.net
October 9th 05 06:07 AM
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recommendations for PC brand by Sugarface
Hello everyone, I've been lurking for a few months, but this is my first post. I've been experimenting with polymer clay but the only 2 types available in my city are Sculpey III and Fimo Classic. I haven't tried Fimo yet because a friend of mine said it's pretty tough to condition and she ended...
October 8th 05 04:42 PM
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Old Fimo by Fenrir Enterprises
This newsgroup is abnormally quiet lately... Forgot just how tough original Fimo is to condition. Gave up on trying to condition it (it hasn't partially cured, it's just /tough/, so I can't just get rid of it...) and chopped it into tiny bits, and have it coated in Sculpey diluent. So I'll have...
October 8th 05 04:38 AM
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[Ganoksin] [Issue #139] Tips From The Jeweler's Bench by Ganoksin
The Ganoksin Project S i n c e 1 9 9 6 Jewelry Manufacturing Methods and Techniques http://www.ganoksin.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------- In This Edition:
October 7th 05 08:54 AM
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AD: Silk screen stencils on Ebay by [email protected]
Just listed several silk screen stencils on Ebay. Trying to build up my Ravendale travel fund :) http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZtonjastreasuresQQhtZ-1
October 6th 05 08:38 PM
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[Ganoksin] [Issue #138] Tips From The Jeweler's Bench by Ganoksin
The Ganoksin Project S i n c e 1 9 9 6 Jewelry Manufacturing Methods and Techniques http://www.ganoksin.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Imagine a world in which every person has free access to the sum of all human knowledge. That's what we're doing....
October 1st 05 04:48 PM
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fire large pieces by ksmeltzer
Hello all, This is my first post to this group and I am looking for a little help. I am new to polymer clay but have done 3 dimensional arts in wood carving, clay sculpting and computer graphics for a while. Anyway, I own a company that does home restorations and themes in which we build a lot of...
September 30th 05 03:40 PM
by Barbara Forbes-Lyons Go to last post
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New Poly "Artist" by Kim
Hello to Everyone! I have just (in the past two weeks) discovered the art of polymer clay and have been playing like mad. Now, it is time for me to settle down and get to work making some real pieces, at least I hope. My main interest thusfar is in jewelry. Yesterday, I tried my first...
September 30th 05 11:26 AM
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Bead Bugle update is out by Sarajane Helm
the new edition of the Bead Bugle is out at http://beadbugle.com and there's a polymer clay article about using dingbats! I hope you enjoy it! -- Sarajane's Polyclay Gallery Beads-Dolls-Wearable Art www.polyclay.com see the current auctions at: http://snipurl.com/aiid
September 29th 05 08:42 PM
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new beads and mosaics by Sarajane Helm
I've posted new Girl Beads on that page of my site, and also there are new pages for Bryan's music and his mosaics---many of which as you may know are beaded. Do take a look please! http://polyclay.com/gbeads.htm http://polyclay.com/Bryan.html -- Sarajane's Polyclay Gallery Beads-Dolls-Wearable...
September 29th 05 08:41 PM
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