I haven't dropped off the face of the earth, but things have gotten very busy for me.
Next week I get some time off so I will hopefully use that time to FINISH my '25 expressions of Kyasha' *finally*
BelieverYou are my friend,
My trouble, and time well spent.
I look for you,
Like water crashes after sand.
It may not be good for me,
To cling on so fervently,
But I see the you you'll be one day
And from caterpillar to chrysalis
I'll witness your transformation
With unrivaled joy
Waiting for the big reveal
Of the beauty that captured me the moment I looked into your eyes,
And saw the colors of your unfurled wings
Polymer Clay: The Basics
So, you want to get started working with Polymer Clay, but you don’t know where to begin. This is a quick write up of the very basic tools and materials you will need in order to get started working with Polymer Clay. I’ve also included some extra items you can purchase later on once you’re more committed to sticking with the craft; these are more expensive items I wouldn’t suggest until you’re sure you enjoy using polymer clay.
Nothing fancy here - if you want the basic basics, this is all you’ll need:
1. Polymer Clay
Where to purchase: Michael’s, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Hobby Lobby, and online. Check out your local craft store and they will most likely carry it.
The best way to decide if you like polymer clay is to pick up one of Sculpey’s clay sampler packs. It contains quite a few colors of 1 oz Sculpey blocks and really is the best bang for your buck when you’re just starting out. If you’d rather purchase the 2 o
I appreciate constructive criticism. I don't always know what I could do to improve.
Lost all my Adobe programs when my computer died last year. I no longer have the ability to create digital art, nor the money to obtain digital art programming. Ergo I quest to get better with traditional art media.
I don't know what else to say about myself. You'd have to ask me questions personally I suppose.
Personal Quote: Make It Foxy!