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The much promised polymer clay bowl tutorial! Sorry it took me so long to finish it (useless information: I took 98 photos to complete this tutorial).
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Just out of curiosity (yes, I'm going to try to do this once I start claywork), this doesn't ruin the marble, does it? I know you can make crackle marbles by baking then dropping into cold water, but I'd probably make a bowl with some of my dad's marbles, and he'd kill me if I ruined his marbles because I baked them
It's best to use only "perfect" marbles, if they have cracks they tend to do that. Also I can't predict how each marble of mix of glass will work, so if you want to be sure bake-taste a marble first all the glass I've put in the oven has been just fine, but that doesn't mean all will.
Very intresting. I have a few qustions if you don't mind. I've never used clay before but I want to try sculpting with it. I've had an idea for awhile of a sculpture I want to do but I wanted to know if I need to do anything with treating the clay. I have a vauge idea of airbubbles? Anything like that would be very usful. Thank you in advance.
Thanks! Actually, if you're using polymer clay you don't have to worry about air bubbles. Polymer clay is very easy to use, all you need to do is take a piece, condition it for a couple of minutes, shape it however you want and bake it at the recommended temperature. It's really that easy, there's no special treatment required