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- commented on his comment BTW, you can find some in-progress photos of that scorpion at https://picasaweb.google.com/stephen.lavedas/Scorpion# hope it might help. to Polymer Clay Scorpion 28 Feb 16:28
- commented on his comment I'm from the US, I mean aged 13-14. I'm 32 now, so that was a long time ago. to Polymer Clay Scorpion 28 Feb 16:27
- commented on his comment Thank you for your very kinds words, unfortunately, I am only am amatuer sculptor. I have no formal art training (unless you count one class in 8th grade). I sculpt in polymer clay as a hobby because I find it to be fun. I am a Software Engineer by ... to Polymer Clay Scorpion 28 Feb 04:16
- commented on his comment Emily, First use the right polymer clay. Sculpey III though cheaper is really really mushy. I like a Super Sculpey/Sculpey Firm mix or Premo Sculpey. How firm you like it is up to you personally, I like it a little softer than others because it b... to Polymer Clay Preying Mantis 19 Jan 20:20
- commented on his comment TLS is Translucent Liquid Sculpey. It is basically the liquid plasticizer. to Polymer Clay Preying Mantis 24 Dec 04:15
- commented on his comment This is a good project in general (a polymer clay cameo) but can I suggest baking and sanding your backing before attaching the skull? That way you can get a really nice smooth glassy or just smooth surface out of your backing material before the skul... to Polymer Clay Skull Cameo 17 Nov 22:36
- followed Zezerk 06 Dec 01:05
- commented on his comment I don't really have enough photos for a real "How to" and a lot of steps are pretty much "figure out what looks good" but I could make one I suppose. to Polymer Clay Scorpion 24 Mar 22:39
- commented on his comment PJ, make sure you post yours when you finish. I really want to see what other people come up with. to Faux Wood Altoid Tin Box 17 Jan 14:38
- commented on his comment To be fair, a bunch of the steps are just because I couldn't post multiple photos in one step, like the bottles of paint followed by what it should look like followed by applying it to the tin. And the last 5 are "completed" photos. But thanks. to Faux Wood Altoid Tin Box 14 Jan 22:05
- followed PJ F. 13 Jan 07:31
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