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Backgroundless canes allow for many possibilities. Believe it or not, they can be imbedded right into the clay and even sanded. If you look very carefully you may see where I sanded a little too much, but for the most … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
I’ve been making lots of lizards for Christmas presents, so I’ve had plenty of time to take more pictures. The first steps to this lizard can be seen in the original post about seahorses. Put an indentation in it’s underside … Continue reading
For this wine glass, I place the clay right onto the glass. I tried to interlace the clay so that even if a little part detaches from the glass, it will all stay held together. Place … Continue reading
Here are some pictures of intricate fractal and complex canes from the tutorials.
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