Polymer clay Sakura Tree Cane Tutorial

This technique incorporates the use of negative space.  I added blue flecks of clay in the mix of cherry blossoms to make it look like sky behind the tree.  I didn’t like the original tree because I didn’t think the branches were delicate enough.  I chopped up the clay and rearranged it.  Which one do you like better?

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2 Responses to Polymer clay Sakura Tree Cane Tutorial

  1. Sharon says:

    I like the first one better as you can see more “sky”.

  2. Pingback: Tree cane – Week 21 | Martha's Crafts

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