Created by: LynzCraftz
Project

Ode to the Geen Fairy

Who is this project for? Unisex What are you most proud of? I use very few molds in my work, even when I do they are mold I usually make myself or are made with found items. I'm proud of the way this one came together, the background, leaves & acorn dangle I made really added to this peice. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Look around you for found objects that can be used to mold polymer clay into, or onto. Leaves, rocks, tree bark, even the texture of concrete can be very interesting when impressed into ploymer clay.

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LynzCraftz made Ode to the Geen Fairy with:

  • Polymer Clay Acrylic Paint Mica Powder Metal C-Ring

Project Description

Who is this project for? Unisex What are you most proud of? I use very few molds in my work, even when I do they are mold I usually make myself or are made with found items. I'm proud of the way this one came together, the background, leaves & acorn dangle I made really added to this peice. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Look around you for found objects that can be used to mold polymer clay into, or onto. Leaves, rocks, tree bark, even the texture of concrete can be very interesting when impressed into ploymer clay.

Q&A with LynzCraftz

sewmom asked:
Great piece! The whole thing looks very antique.
LynzCraftz answered:
Thank you, this one was very hard to photograph, they all looked glossy & the peice isn't glossy but I guess I finally got the right light.
cdraz asked:
This is awesome....love Green Man!
LynzCraftz answered:
Thank you so much this is one of my favs. He turned out better than I expected.

Skill Level

Intermediate

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